IPhone 12 suppliers working overtime to keep up with demand

Ruben Fields
November 19, 2020

Apple's latest iPhone 12 lineup has recently hit the shelves, and even though they are great phones, they aren't flawless.

Suppliers for Apple iPhone 12 are reportedly trying to meet the growing demand from carriers and consumers by ramping up production and starting overtime shifts. However, it seems that the list doesn't end there.

iPhone 12 Pro Max has made its way through DisplayMate's testing and has received the highest-ever Display Performance Grade of A+. User's complaints usually mentioned missing SMS messages or notifications in the 6.1-inch variants of the iPhone 12, or devices that have to do with the iPhone 12 mini, and how its Lock Screen doesn't recognize the press or swipe to unlock when they used their thumbs. These complaints slowly popped up all over the internet, even on Apple Support Communities page, With no fix now available. This tells us that Apple believes that visual issues can be resolved through a software update. The outlet has obtained an internal document that the company shared with its Apple Authorized Service Providers that talks about a number of issues now being reported. In the document, Apple advised technicians not to service iPhones experiencing display issues at this time.

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In an internal document obtained by MacRumors, Apple has acknowledged an issue with some iPhone 12 displays exhibiting flickering, a green or gray glow, or other unintended lighting variations under some conditions.

The display issues being described here have affected all models of the new iPhone 12 lineup. Users have reported that issues arise when screen brightness is set to anything below 90 percent - even some users who run iOS 14.3 beta.

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