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Apple’s New iPhones Will Display a Warning for Replaced Displays


Apple has released a new support document which reveals that iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max will show a warning when their devices are unable to verify a genuine display after the screen has been replaced. The purpose of this support document is to inform Apple fans that the displays of iPhones need to raise to a certain level of standards that only authorized Apple repair shops can offer.

New Support Documents

“iPhone displays have been designed, tested, and manufactured for Apple quality and performance standards. This includes intuitive and responsive Multi-Touch, high brightness, great color accuracy, white balance, and performance for features like True Tone, Night Shift, and Haptic Touch,” said Apple.

Furthermore, Apple is advising everyone who has purchased a new iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro or iPhone 11 Pro Max to make sure to visit a certified technician who uses genuine Apple display parts for repairs. Otherwise, the repaired iPhone will have lost of problems that Apple can’t be held accountable for.

What Problems Can Occur?

The Cupertino based tech giant went to reveal all the problems that will pop up after repairing an iPhone at an unauthorized shop. Here they are:

Multi-Touch issues

  • Multi-Touch might not respond on parts of the screen
  • Degraded Multi-Touch performance, such as missed screen touches or touches not registering in the right location
  • Touches might unexpectedly register during a phone call
  • Display might not turn off during phone calls
  • Accidental edge or palm touches might register

Display brightness and color issues

  • True Tone display doesn’t function correctly
  • Lost or degraded function of the ambient light sensor, causing the screen to dim or brighten incorrectly
  • Incorrect display color calibration, such as the display to appearing too yellow or blue
  • Display isn’t uniformly bright
  • Lower maximum brightness
  • Unintentional battery drain