Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max has something in common with the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra and it's not good

Apple iPhone 11 Pro Max has something in common with the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra and it's not good

Apple iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max users notice a green tint to their screen+ Some theorize that the problem is related to the models' AMOLED displays since users of the iPhone 11 and its LCD display have been spared from seeing the green tint. Dark theme is enabled on several of the affected phones with True Tone and Night Shift toggled on or off. The former adjusts the display depending on the ambient light in order to keep colors consistent. The latter changes the colors on your iPhone display toward the warmer end of the color spectrum to reduce eye strain and to help you get to sleep at night. This can be turned on daily by schedule (and set to turn off automatically each morning) or done manually. Most of the complaints say that the offending tint surfaces when the brightness is set to very low levels. One iPhone 11 Pro user first noticed the problem in February when Apple dropped the iOS 13.4 developer beta. He even went to the trouble of performing a factory reset which didn't remove the tint at all. The green appears for as long as five seconds before disappearing; once the green fades, the screen appears normal. Besides wiping the phone, others tried turning off Face ID (go to > and disabling ) and toggling off Tap to Wake (found in the Accessibility menu under "Touch") and only noticed a slight improvement. This is not the first time that iPhone users complained about a tint ...
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