iPhone XS Max With Faulty Display Appears Online


Defective iPhone XS Max
iPhone XS Max With Defective Display

Like they usually say, “more expensive isn’t always perfect”. An iPhone XS Max buyer is in pains right now as his new iPhone XS Max arrived with a defective display. According to Apple’s official website, the base variant of this smartphone sells for $1,099 and with that price tag, we all expect perfection. However, that was not the case for Musthafa Ali who bought a new iPhone XS Max from Vodafone Sydney NSW. From his Twitter feed, Musthafa clearly appears devastated as this was the least he expected. The display has a thin white line from the right side of the notch down to the chin. This line is only visible when the phone’s display is active.

Defective iPhone XS Max

So far, there has been a couple of ideas with regards to this defect. While some believe that its a factory defect and it will be seamlessly replaced by Apple, others believe that this smartphone took a hard fall while shipping. A funny chap concluded that this is a photoshop by the poster for advertisement. Either way, no one wants to see any early defects from a $1000 phone.

Defective iPhone XS Max Defective iPhone XS Max

The iPhone Xs series uses the A12 Bionic processor with higher computing performance. It comes with TSMC’s 7nm FinFET process, 6-core CPU, 4-core GPU, and is equipped with a new generation of neural network computing chips, which can be used with the Apple Core ML learning framework. This generally gives a higher computing performance. The screen is built with super-retina specifications with higher display density and supports HDR10 display. The phone supports IP68 submersible protection (in water). The iPhone XS Max uses a 6.5-inch OLED screen with a resolution of 2688 x 1242 and a storage capacity of 64GB, 256GB, and 512GB.

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