Apple Says Minor Screen Burn-In and Shifts in Color When Looking at iPhone X Off-Angle Are Normal

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  1. fs454 macrumors 65816

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    #426

    This at low brightness in a dark room absolutely shows uneven, grainy texture that looks like image persistence. Best way I can describe it is the texture of the background of the old iOS 6 multitask area.
     
  2. dch_neo17 macrumors member

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    The P2XL also had grain issues but they were visible on a white background. I just looked at the same image closely on my Note 8 and all I see is smooth grey, no grain or unevenness.
     
  3. kdarling macrumors demi-god

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    Same here, just smooth grey looking at that image with my daily driver, an old Moto X I've used for years.
     
  4. fs454 macrumors 65816

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    #429

    In a dark room at night, Lower than 20% brightness is a totally smooth gray for you on the Note?

    Can any other X owners give this one a shot? My friend's X does the same as mine. It looks smooth when brightened.
     
  5. dypeterc macrumors regular

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    Maybe perspective shift will help mitigate burn in
     
  6. John_JD_Doe macrumors newbie

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    #431
    In that picture you can see the rectangle in the right and down corner I mentioned earlier. What is it? I didn’t use any app with that pattern.
     

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  7. dch_neo17 macrumors member

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    In a pitch black room, I checked all the way from 0% brightness to about 25% and it was smooth throughout on the Note 8, no grainy texture of any sort. Maybe Samsung reserved a better panel for the Note 8?
     
  8. predation macrumors 6502a

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    It’s their flagship phone. I would assume their panel is the best and specifically designed for the s8 series.
     

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