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Apple pushes iOS fix for unresponsive iPhone X screens in cold weather

Also addresses distorted photos and video taken with the new smartphone.
David Lumb, @OutOnALumb
November 16, 2017
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Last week, reports trickled in that the brand-new iPhone X's screen was unresponsive in cold weather. Apple has rushed out a new iOS update (version 11.1.2) to quick-fix the issue, which is available now to download.

The new update also fixes an issue that distorts Live Photos and videos shot with the iPhone X. It's the second time in as many weeks that Apple has pumped out an iOS patch to fix an annoying flaw in the mobile operating system. Last week, it was the autocorrect flaw that switched the letter 'i' for gibberish.

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