Fixes unresponsive iPhone X screens

EnlargeSamuel Axon

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Ever since it hit the shelves, many iPhone X users have complained about facing some issue or the other. The company acknowledged it was aware of the issue, and promised a fix in the near future. You can download the update by going to Settings General Software Update on your device.

While things look great on the iPhone X's new display, but there are still many apps that have not been updated to take full advantage of the screen real estate it affords. We've already told you about one of them, so let's see what the second one does.

Apple has recently released a new update to fix the Autocorrect bug on the native Keyboard app with iOS 11.1.1 for the iOS devices.

Microsoft is today rolling out support for the Apple iPhone X on the Outlook app.

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Apple finally has a cure for your frozen iPhone X. The new update promises to solve the screen responsiveness problems, along with another fix to a problem with the camera.

Along with tvOS 11.2, iOS 11.2 is also in beta testing, but the upgraded TV app has yet to arrive. The update also "addresses an issue that could cause distortion in Live Photos and videos captured with iPhone X".

According to Mac Rumor, iOS 11.1.2 includes bug fixes for your iPhone and iPad. The company is now testing this feature in the iOS 11.2 Beta.

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