6 common issues and fixes for iPhone XS and XS Max

Apple is constantly adding great features to every generation of the iPhone. However, each device encounters specific problems. Since the launching of the iPhone XS/iPhone XS Max, users have experienced several problems and faults. Let’s see what are the problems are and how to fix them.

The annoying green line on the display

However, a user in Australia reported that a bright green line running vertically across the screen of his iPhone XS Max after a period of use. Several customers encounter this issue after this.
For this problem, Apple will replace the device in warranty. If you are experiencing this vertical green line of pixels on the side of your iPhone, it’s time to make an appointment with the Apple Store.

Poor Cellular Connection and slow WIFI speed

According to users of iPhone XS/iPhone XS Max, their devices featured fewer bars and poorer signal compared to its last generations. Sometimes even shows “no service”, especially in the area of the weak signals. In addition to the LTE problem, other users claimed that their devices appear to be slower WIFI speed. The majority of people experiencing slower speeds found that their iPhone XS models were connected to the 2.4GHz network rather than the 5GHz network.

Some are thinking that Apple switch from Qualcomm to Intel for the iPhone’s modem is responsible for the problem. Apple has pushed out IOS 12.0.1, which fixes the LTE and WIFI issues.

Charging problem

Some users have trouble charging the devices over a wired connection. Unless unplug the charger, wake up the screen, and then plug it in all over again, it begins to charge. But not all iPhone XS models are experiencing the problem. What’s more, some people with older handsets are reporting similar behavior. That suggests the issue might be with the latest software update iOS 12.

That means it could be fixed with a software update.

Beauty gate

Users taking to the forums are saying Apple’s new iPhone selfie camera automatically smoothens the skin in photos shooting from the front camera, which makes them look too good. And there is no way to disable it. 

According to Apple, the selfie camera system on the iPhone X uses faster sensor improved chips, and advanced algorithms to make your photos look better with a feature called “Smart HDR.” users can go Setting > camera > Smart HDR to disable the beauty mode.

Audio connectivity issue caused by Bluetooth

A small number of iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max owners are enduring Bluetooth connectivity issues where their iPhones fail to communicate with their car’s entertainment system properly.
Apple has not yet proposed a solution to this problem.

Dust inside the camera lens

This is a minor issue. Some users claimed that dust getting inside the camera lens continuously. Which makes the camera not perform well.
To get rid of this problem, take your iPhone to the Apple Store to get it cleaned out.

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