Is your iPhone X freezing in cold weather?

Is your iPhone X freezing in cold weather?

Apple says it is aware of reports of the screen becoming temporarily unresponsive to touch after a rapid change to a cold environment. Some users have complained that their iPhone X's display becomes unresponsive in cold temperatures, while another subset of users are complaining that their iPhone X display starts to show a green on the display after a period of use.

Several iPhone X users took to Twitter to complain about a pesky green line that appears along the right side of the screen and does not go away even after restarting the device. "After several seconds the screen will become fully responsive again", Apple said in a statement to USA TODAY Friday.

Even though Apple has resolved the bug in its iOS 11.1.1 update, the company continues to be trolled for it.

Apple surely hopes the problem is not widespread, especially as the weather is just starting to get cold in large parts of the country.

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Apple's problems with the X may not end there. Dozens of users on the MacRumors forum have reported the problem, as well as reports on Reddit and Twitter.

USA TODAY has reached out to Apple for comment on this separate matter. "It's very noticeable. Is anyone else having this problem?" asked darus214. To be more precise, the iPhone X's Samsung supplied OLED display has trouble with sudden cold. But, a number of iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus users experienced a similar problem with static noise on their devices, and Apple fixed that with a simple firmware update. Apple's website is now listing the phone as being on back order by three to four weeks. It's the first to crack $1,000, the first to rely on Face ID facial recognition and the first to ditch the home button.