Some users think that because almost a thousand euros have been spent on a mobile phone, it will be infallible and will never fail. Gross mistake. Obviously, the quality of the device in both hardware and software is much higher when compared to other less expensive, but it is not a perfect machine, and sometimes it can give us a headache.
This is what is happening to some users of the iPhone 11. For some unknown reason, the screen takes on a greenish hue. It does not prevent being able to use the iPhone with total normality, but obviously it is an error that has to be corrected in one way or another.
We could call it ” the Hulk effect “. When he becomes angry, the Marvel superhero transforms from a normal person to a green muscular monster. Well something similar is happening to some iPhones these days.
Complaints from some users of the 2019 iPhones ( iPhone 11, iPhone 11Pro, and iPhone 11 Pro Max ) are appearing in various internet forums. They explain that sometimes when they unlock their device, the iPhone screen takes on a greenish hue. It usually happens when unlocking the terminal or going into dark mode. And not always, but randomly. And sometimes it can look good and sometimes greenish. A nuisance, come on.
It is not known if it is a hardware problem or a “bug” in iOS 13.5
At first glance (and never better said) it may seem like hardware, panel, or display driver problem. But those who suffer from the error explain that this is happening since they updated their terminal to iOS 13.5, so they intuit a “bug” of the operating system. This would be the best for everyone since Apple would quickly fix it with a new version of iOS.
If the problem was hardware, things are already complicated. Apple would also solve it, but it would have to go through a free repair. Hopefully not so. It has been very recently detected, and at the moment there is no response from Apple. Surely in Cupertino, more than one has been without a weekend working on the subject. We will have to wait.