iPhone 8 folder animation bug

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  1. vindictum, Oct 6, 2017
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    vindictum macrumors member

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    Has anyone noticed the screen flickering after closing a folder? It's a very minor glitch; the easiest way to notice it is to pay attention to the career name on the top, open a folder and then close it. As soon as you close it the pixels flicker a bit. I checked on iPhone 6, 6s Plus, and 7, and it seems so far the glitch is present only on my iPhone 8 (running iOS 11.0.2).

    Here's a screen recoding, which will hopefully demonstrate the issue:
     
  2. Renegade72 Suspended

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    I can't see anything on my iPhone 8 plus
     
  3. Vanilla35 macrumors 68040

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    Yeah noticed this as well. Not much else to say I guess lol
     
  4. vindictum thread starter macrumors member

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    Thanks, I wasn't sure if this is a general bug, or some issue with my phone :)
     
  5. scjr macrumors 68020

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    I’ve seen the glitch. Reported it. More noticeable on my iPad.
     
  6. Synergie macrumors 6502a

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    On my iPad Pro 12.9 one of the folders when you open it has a weird glitch at the top corner like an extra piece just out since the upgrade.... it goes away as soon as I try swiping to the second page in the folder though.
     
  7. ejewels macrumors newbie

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    Yes! I thought I was crazy. Tried it on my buddies 8 and same thing, but seemingly not as bad. At a Best Buy I tried their model 8 and it did the same thing. Also tried it on a 6, same thing...BUT a 6s didn't do it at all. Maybe the newer true tone screens or processing does it. I'm assuming its software related. I've also noticed it doesn't always do it as bad as other times.
     

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