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Released November 4, 2017. Model A1865, A1901. Available as GSM or CDMA / 64 or 256 GB / Silver or Space Gray. (Pronounced the same as "iPhone 10.")

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Is anyone experiencing burn in on iPhone X?

Lately I’m noticing some small elements of my iPhone UI are ghosted in my screen, like my keyboard, cell carrier, time, and battery icon. Along with the swipe bar, lock icon, and the date and time for the lock screen. Is anyone else experiencing this + is there a way to fix it?

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This happens with a number of different makes and models . Sometimes it shows up after an update, and then goes away after another update. Sometimes it never goes away. If you’re under warranty I would try getting it replaced. There’s no known fix for this as far as I know.

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UPDATE: I spoke with a number of people, including a technical support person with Apple and a cellular phone repair technician/business owner and below is, in a nutshell, what I found out.

According to the phone repairman I spoke to in the shopping 4mall, faint remnants in the dark areas are normal. The remnants or artifacts will be replaced by artifacts from subsequent images so you shouldn't see anything that's lingering despite many other graphical elements having been in that spot. If that were the case then that would be due to true "burn-in" (rare), or physical damage.

Apple's support person said that a very faint "after-image" may linger but it is characteristic of OLED displays and does not adversely affect phone performance nor is it an indication that the display is broken.

It's a bit annoying that they don't just call it a flaw in the design of the OLED technology.

If my car radio kept playing a faint loop from the previously tuned station I'd say it was broken.

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@Ed Rutmayer Because it's a design limitation they don't want to try and make less troublesome.

It's impossible to completely avoid, but the Super AMOLED parts are less prone to it - BUT I think Samsung keeps those to themselves. They also do invisible shifting to avoid it and hide the status bar in certain apps now.

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I'll take your word for it, Nick, although I'm not sure that actual "burn-in" is what we are talking about. Burn in was something that was all too common in the days of CRTs, you could often see the command prompt, or the security camera images on their screens even when they were receiving no signal. Wondering if we are referring to different phenomena. As I mentioned before, Apple's official stance on the "lingering artifacts" issue with their products is that it is normal for OLED displays.

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@Ed Rutmayer I call it burn-in partially due to generational language and that's what it is since it's burned it and doesn't fade like stuck LCD pixels.

The burning mechanism is different from CRTs and plasma TVs (pixel wear) whereas CRTs and plasma TVs burn due to phosphor damage.

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@nick Understood. Thanks for the info. The reason I think there may be two separate things going on here is because I had a Moto X that got dropped, cracking the screen and marking the beginning of a "lingering artifact area" that, over time, grew like a fungus across the display. It was so bad that even if the phone lost power or was forced down, upon power restoration the screen would still show persistent images from previously displayed information. I've never seen anything like it before or since. Almost spooky.

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It also happens on Samsung a lot - it’s the nature of the beast with AMOLED panels :(. It’s an issue because of how the panels are designed - it’s just as bad as a plasma TV without some sort of built in prevention method like pixel motion that the user will not notice.

Change your background somewhat frequently on these AMOLED phones and alternate your app icon locations. It’s sadly the only way to prevent it from happening (or making it worse). If you do not need an app, remove it or locate it to a folder which you can alternate the location on.

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Burn-in can be temporary such as suddenly displaying static bright stuff for a while when the display is cold.

Or they can be permanent due to uneven wear.


Once permanent burn-in sets in, there is no way a user can undo it unless you replace the display.

There are factory tools that cancels out the burn-in by recalibrating each pixel, but I doubt anyone does it on an old phone since it is not worth the effort.

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I tried on a S6 Active with a 3rd party tool. Did nothing. AMOLED is always permanent it seems.

Wasn't worth trying to get the factory tool to salvage it since it was so old - I decided to live with it. You're screwed with AMOLED phones because you can't even fully correct it at the factory - just make it less obvious.

AMOLED looks great new and it wows the first owner but it's a nightmare for the 2nd+ since you're guaranteed to get a burned screen. Nobody takes preventive steps.

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@nick Factory software needs factory equipment to work properly, software alone does almost nothing.

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@tomchai Yep. Not worth it for many of the burned phones - they're usually 1-2 generations old.

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A slightly positive ending to this may be had for those people who can't purchase a new phone. Replacement display assemblies for most phones can be purchased for very little money, relatively speaking.

With a bit of experience and a good you-tube video that shows the process (and the right tools and equipment) it's usually not as difficult as you may think to fix your own phone. BUT sometimes it's a nightmare. This is really going to boil down to whether or not the phone can be used. If unuseable and you can't buy a new one, or pay for a proper repair then you have nothing to lose except a small amount of money for the display assembly and 2 or 3 hours of your time.

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