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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by 2macORnot2mac, Sep 13, 2013.
No, never seen or heard of it happening.
They have a glass layer protecting.
Not even a little. The plastic iPhone 3G had been said to have had this issue due to heat. My iPhone 4S is as white as it was when I got it.
My iPhone 4 also is perfect white as well.
Neither have I.
I had a 4S from launch which I passed onto my wife last year when the 5 came out and it is still as white as the day when I bought it
No, not at all. Still just as white as when I got it.
Nope, never. Not my 3GS, not my 4S, and not my 5.
This is not an issue anymore. It's why apple delayed the white iphone 4 a few years ago. Now, they just cover it all with glass and the problem is solved.
Just as everyone else with white iPhones (post-3GS) have posted, my white 32GB Verizon iPhone 5 that I'm using on AT&T appears just as white as when I bought it last year on launch day at a local corporate Verizon store. I usually have a skin installed on it, however, but I recently replaced the skin (since it yellows after a while of use) with a new one, and it seemed just as bright as when I first received it.
yes.they just cover it all with glass and the problem is solved. thanks
My white iPad hasn't. It's a year old and I use a screen protector on it. Not sure whether they'd be more likely to yellow without a protector on.