Complaints about the Apple iPhone 15 Pro have been on the rise recently, particularly regarding the “burn-in” screen display. Affected users report unusual display residue on the new smartphone’s OLED display. It is still unclear whether this is permanent damage or just a temporary screen change.
Mainly they think iPhone 15 Pro model of the series May be affected. Basic models, such as the iPhone 15 and iPhone 15 Plus, do not have an OLED panel with ProMotion technology and do not appear to be affected by the issue. Posts from different users on Reddit show different forms of display residuals.
This ranges from Clearly recognizable application icons On keyboards and other UI elements that appear on the display for long periods of time. Not just on social media On the official Apple forum Users describe this issue.
There is no official statement from Apple yet
It’s interesting that Apple has yet to publicly comment on the matter. However, some users have already reported their experience with Apple support. A customer said that after visiting an Apple store Replacement devices are provided However, availability of such devices may be limited. Apple currently says on its own website that the Pro models won’t ship until mid-November.
The burn-in effect is not a new problem and has already occurred in smartphones like the Galaxy S6. However, this does not appear to be an actual burned-in image, but rather various hardware complications. Burn-in usually occurs over several years when an image is continuously displayed on the display. The iPhone 15 has been available for less than a month.
Once Apple officially comments on the matter, we’ll provide you with an update. If your iPhone is affected by it, you should Apple Support App Contact the manufacturer directly.
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