Aftermarket iPhone 8 displays becoming unresponsive after iOS 11.3 update

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The screens continue to display the homescreen once updated to iOS 11.3 but can not be interacted with, effectively rendering the affected iPhone 8 device unusable without warning from Apple.

The other day it was reported that due to an update to iOS 11.3, iPhone users found to have repaired their iPhone displays at third-party fix stores had their touchscreens disabled.

Korean mobile technology solutions firm Firstface will file a suit against United States tech giant Apple for copying a feature to unlock the smartphone screen through bitometric sensor-based user authentication, according to news reports on April 12. It will have the same physical size and form factor as old iPhone X however Apple will push the bezel-reduced full screen design with the contentious notch.

While Apple is yet to settle down with a clear pricing strategy, it is apparent that the company don't want to make any mistake once again as far as the prices of the upcoming lineups of iPhone are concerned.

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Apple is expected to introduce three new models of iPhone late this year. An iOS update prevented the touchscreens from working on iPhone 7s with third-party repaired screens. This is not a case of taking it into an Apple Store and having it fail on users after it has been repaired.

The Product (Red) iPhone 8 and 8 Plus is available on the Apple website from £699 and £799 respectively, while the special-edition Leather Folio cover for the iPhone X is £99. Do note that if this was any other analyst, we might have ignored their words, but on this very occasion, the opinion belongs to one who is most revered when it comes the release timeline of future Apple products.

Instead, it is more viable for fix stores to revert to the grey market, where they can obtain unlicensed pieces, which are often made in the same factories.

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