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Tuesday, 7 November 2017

How to avoid the burn-in effect of iPhone X

As we previously announced, the OLED screen of the new iPhone X of the company of the bitten apple arrived with a serious problem. It is a defect present in all OLED screens of any smarpthone model, but it is very uncomfortable for some users.

We are talking about the bluish tones and, especially, the "burn in" effect . This effect consists in that the high contrast images persist on the screen even if the user has changed the image. That is, they are there even if they are not there.

OLED technology offers many benefits to users with respect to the LCD screens that Apple used for their iPhone. For example, it has the ability to produce darker black tones and more vivid images . But, as we mentioned previously, it also has its flaws ...

How to avoid the defects of the OLED screen of the Apple iPhone X

If you leave an image of the user interface of the OLED screen of the iPhone X of the company of the bitten apple for a long time (be it an app, a photograph, a video, a document ...) you run the risk of the image persisting on the screen with the "burn-in" effect.

Apple already knew the risk that this defect would occur on their OLED screens and this was reported in its support section on its website. But, at least, they have shared a recommendation so that this does not happen , or does not happen so often.

To avoid the "burn-in" effect on the iPhone X, Apple recommends using the device with the automatic brightness option enabled. Interestingly, this configuration option has changed its location in iOS 11, so you will not find it in the "Display and brightness" section of Settings.

To activate or deactivate the automatic brightness of iOS 11 on your iPhone X, or any other model, you must access Settings> General> Accessibility> Display settings .

Via | Business Insider 

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