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It was also the first Apple phone to use an organic light-emitting diode (OLED) display rather than an in-plane liquid crystal display (IPS LCDs). IPS LCD and OLED technology both have pros and cons. IPS LCD screens tend to look sharper and have a clearer picture, while OLED devices offer more vivid colors and improved contrast. The X was also the first iPhone to support high dynamic range (HDR) content, in which the contrast between the lightest and darkest parts of an image is greater.

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The design of the display on the X was another contentious topic, with some Apple fans praising it while others were not such big fans. Apple has used the term bezel-less to describe the X and its edge-to-edge design. There are some very slight bands around the display's edges, but they can be useful as they give you somewhere to put your fingers to avoid accidentally touching the screen and triggering some unwanted action.

The two phones have the same features and many of the same specs. The main difference between them is their size. The Max is, as its name suggests, bigger. It features a 6.5-inch display, while the iPhone XS screen measures 5.8 inches. In the next few sections, we'll give you the specs the two phones have in common and the ones that make them distinct.

The iPhone XS has a similar design to that of the X. The two phones have almost the same dimensions, and they both feature a 5.8-inch OLED screen. The XS Max, however, has the biggest screen of any current iPhone at 6.5 inches, making for quite a striking design. The XS Max is about the same size overall as the iPhone 8 Plus but has a screen that's a full inch larger. Apple kept the notch in its XS and XS Max designs.

To go with the bigger screen, the XS Max offers a slight increase in resolution as compared to the X. The resolution of the X and XS are the same. At 458 ppi, the pixel density is consistent across all three phones.

The screen on the iPhone XR is bigger than that of the X and XS but smaller than that of the XS Max. The XR, however, has a lower resolution and pixel density than the X, XS and XS Max and lacks an HDR display.

This iPhone X screen replacement includes all of the small parts pre-installed in the assembly, saving time and increasing the quality of your repair. Fix kit includes all the tools and adhesive needed to swap your busted screen.

Replace a cracked or scratched front glass panel or malfunctioning OLED display on your iPhone X. A new screen and digitizer assembly will renew the appearance of your front panel, restore touch function, and eliminate the dead pixels or flickering on an aging display.

There are also various reports online that the iPhone X screen can become unresponsive or frozen when the device is in a cold environment. In these situations, installing the iOS updates may resolve the problem.

But skepticism of temperature being the only cause of an unresponsive screen is warranted, because I have personally experienced the unresponsive screen issue on my own iPhone X in an indoors temperature controlled environment at a pleasant 72 degrees, and while running iOS 11.2.6.

I dropped the phone half a foot and it was a very light drop with no signs of damage but for some reaosn the top half of the screen became unresponsive and now looks like i have to send it in for replacement or fix and has been a hassle to say the least everything i have had to go through.

The simple solution for the unresponsive screen or touch issues on iPhone X is to replace the Display Module under Replacement Program for Touch Issues by Apple which is only valid until November 2, 2020.

Hi Vinoj , can you let me know more about the replacement program? middle part of my iPhone screen is not responding to swipe or touch and I have read elsewhere too that Apple is offering a free service option for such issues.

This unresponsive behavior was occurring several times a day, and each time the hard reboot temporarily resolved the issue. Dealt with this for about 2 months, and finally got fed up and realizing I was only 2 weeks away from the 1 year warranty coverage, took it in to Apple Care at Best Buy. They ran a quick screen diagnostic and found that it failed the screen diagnostic test. They then replaced the screen for me and about an 1.5hrs later I had my phone back with no more issues since.

After 4 months my replacement screen started acting weird again. If I did a hard press (e.g. activating the flashlight from the lock screen), I would get a vertical purple line on my screen that would eventually go away after pressing hard on the screen a few more times.

I made an appointment with the Apple store and they gladly decided to go ahead and replace the screen once again at no charge to me :) In about 1.5hrs I had my phone back with a brand new screen and after 1 month it has had no issues.

I believe the issue stems from faulty components within early versions of the iPhone X screens. I believe my first replacement screen was the original version that still had issues. Hoping my 2nd replacement is of the later version.

This sounds like the same issue that plagued the iPhone 6Plus that Apple refused to aknowledge and is currently under class action suit. See article _us/article/xyg59d/iphone-6-plus-touch-disease-touchscreen-problems

InvisibleShield, a brand with a long history in the iPhone accessories business, has a screen protector designed for the iPhone X: The Glass+. It features Ion Matrix technology, a blend of ultra-strong impact material and surface fracture-filling finish. With a thorough inspection process that weeds out imperfections, InvisibleShield claims the Glass+ is two times stronger than most of the competition.

Whitestone has been quietly making a name for itself thanks to a range of glass screen protection made with patented technology. Using a unique UV lamp to cure the adhesive beneath, Whitestone ensures a perfect bond between the phone and the screen protector. The Whitestone Dome Glass screen protector can also help to repair minor flaws to your phone, like cracks and nicks. The glass helps literally fill those blemishes back in. While the screen will remain totally responsive to your touch with the tempered glass, it will also be bolstered by an added layer of protection.

Here at Mobile Reviews Eh!, we base all our reviews on actual usage of the product. And also answer the questions that we have about the said products. For this article, it was simple: Whatʼs the best screen protector for the iPhone X?

If you are in a hurry and just want straight answers from us. We recommend the 3D Edge to Edge tempered glass screen protector for your iPhone X. But if youʼre a person who likes their iPhone on thinner or simpler cases , youʼd want to go with a 2.5D normal screen protector.

SIDE NOTE: Most cases have a lip that protects the edge to edge screen protector from peeling away. Most edge-to-edge screen protectors donʼt have an adhesive along the outside edge of the screen protector. So there is a chance that it will get caught and peel away. With the normal screen protector, you eliminate the chance that you are going to lose your screen protector.

iPhone X handles differently than the 8 or basically any other iPhone. With previous iPhoneʼs there is a bezel. This meant that your fingers never spent a lot of time along the edges of the screen. When it came to screen protectors, your finger never really had to do anything with the edge except to access multi-tasking. Gestures on the iPhone X requires to spend way more time swiping at the edges of your screen. You have the home gesture, which moves around for games. You have the app-switching gesture. The multi-tasking gesture. These gestures, coupled with the lack of bezel means your fingers will feel everything along the edge of your iPhone.

The Belkin Invisible Glass that you can get at the Apple store also falls into the category. This is one of the pricier screen protectors that you can get. But thereʼs a few benefits.

The entire setup to apply the screen protector is actually quite simple. But thereʼs a custom piece of hardware that allows for a perfect install. We will note that the ratings on the Apple Store arenʼt great. You will see a lot of people complaining that the glass screen protector break. Itʼs glass. Glass breaks. Which sucks at $50 dollars a pop.

But if you know that youʼre going to break a screen protector, get one of Zeesa Screen Protector (Two Pack) from Amazon. The coverage of these screen is similar to the Patchworks ITG Silicate Glass. But has a 2.5D edge so it wonʼt be that noticeable.

Installation isnʼt too bad. Because of the included guide. But itʼs not perfect like the Apple installed product. Even with the installation guide, the top of the screen protector isnʼt fully aligned with the notch in the screen.

We went through three different products for 2.5D Edge-to-Edge and they all handled in the same manner. Some had better coverage like the Bulesk Screen Protector. While others had less like the ESR one. Both products claim to provide edge-to-edge screen protection though.

From a gestures standpoint, the screen protectors handle better. But the edge is still there. From our understanding, a screen protector that doesnʼt follow the curve of the iPhone is considered a 2.5D screen protector. If youʼre really picky , you will eventually notice that the curve of your iPhone is actually different.

It depends on the case and it depends on how well youʼve installed the screen protector. Even with cases from the same manufacturer. The screen protector works with one case but not the other. Even being off by .5 a mm will make a difference.

As a side note, installing screen protectors on the iPhone X is much harder than before. With older iPhoneʼs, you could easily line up the cameras on one side and the home button cutout on the other. Since the home button is gone, youʼre basically eyeballing the install. 041b061a72


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