Apple iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max users recently ran into a new bug. The strange new bug has been causing users around the world to see a green tint n the phone’s display right after unlocking it. Many people on social media and various forums have reported that the tint issue started appearing after iOS 13.4 and iOS 13.5 system updates. Apple, meanwhile is yet to acknowledge the issue from its end. Also Read - Gmail brings 'Dark mode' for Apple iPhone and iPad
As per reports by a Reddit user, the green tint appears temporarily on the screen for a few seconds after the iPhone 11 Pro is unlocked. Another user on the forum has suggested that the issue is more likely to show when Dark Mode and Night Shift are on together. Also Read - Apple iPad Air 4 to get 11-inch screen, USB Type C port
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The same goes for the higher-end iPhone 11 Pro Max. Users of the flagship phone saw the same display issue after the iOS 13.4 update while some only saw it after the iOS 13.5 update. Regardless, the association of the green tint issue with various iOS updates show that it is a software problem and not a hardware one. Also Read - An Apple IoT network adapter is in the works, but it's not for everyone
Proving this theory further are several iPhone X users who are also suddenly seeing the new green tint. Apple is probably looking into the issue right now. Even though an official announcement is not out yet, we can expect the company to fix the green tint on the iPhone 11 Pro and Pro Max units with a software update in the near future.
Apple launches HomePod speaker in India for Rs 19,990
In other news, Apple finally launched the Apple HomePod speaker in India for Rs 19,990. Available in white and space grey colors, HomePod was first launched in the US, the UK and Australia in January 2019 and then went on sale in several countries, before coming to India. The device has support for Indian English Siri voices that adapts to its location and delivers high-fidelity audio wherever it’s playing. The users will have access to Apple Music and over 60 million songs.