Video: Apple iPhone 6 & iPhone 6 Plus reporting screen issues
Though, not as bad as the condition of Samsung sets, Apple too is having its own issues. A line of grey has started to appear on the screens of many iPhones of the model 6 and 6 Plus.
As per latest reports, many microsoldering specialists around the world, have begun to complain about receiving hundreds on iPhone 6 and 6 Pluses with sharp glitches on their screen.
If sources are to be believed, there are many Apple iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, which have started to act up recently. A grey pixelated line has started to appear on the aforementioned iPhone models, which has led to these smartphone touch process to slow down or completely stop reacting to touch.
Many specialists such as Michael Huie, Jessa Jones and Ramo Odeh have complained about the same. They have been receiving iPhone 6 models from world over, showing the same glitch.
Tech gurus are suggesting that this issue, which is also termed as "Touch Disease" is rather common in smartphones. The owner of a board repair shop in Missouri, STS Telecom, Jason Villmer has said that "This issue is widespread enough that I feel like almost every iPhone 6/6+ has a touch of it (no pun intended) and are like ticking bombs just waiting to act up,"
One of the iPhone 6 users, conveyed his concern about the Apple's Support Forum, complaining "I took [my phone] to the ‘Geniuses’ at Apple Store in Westfield Valley Fair mall (Santa Clara, CA)," "After a very long wait (~2 hrs) I finally met with a rep. He acknowledged the problem (he was very familiar with it), but said Apple doesn’t recognize it as an issue, and so there is not much he can do.”
An owner of Apple 6 Plus received a response from the Apple team, but it was not as supportive as one would expect it to be, as it read “several times per day.". He further continued to rant about the poor quality of service by Apple saying "After talking to a tech, I got exactly what I expected ‘You’re out of warranty and you’re [sic] only option is to buy a new phone,”.
Clearly, Apple is paying no heed to its mistakes and even refuses to own up the problem. Interestingly, it was observed that people who tried to twist and apply pressure on the screen, have sometimes yielded positive results.