iPhone X Super Retina display is powered by organic light-emitting diode (OLED) technology. Super Retina has packed in some more advancements that make it a cut above traditional OLED displays; resulting in the great viewing experience. As they say, “Everything has two sides: positive and negative.” OLED technology has some downsides as well. And one of them is the burn-in issue. But with little care, you can prevent burn-in issues on your iPhone X.

If you look at an OLED display off-angle, you will find minor shifts in color and hue. When used extensively, OLED display tends to show minor visual changes that include burn-in or image persistence. When it is burn-in, you will see a faint remnant of an image even after a new photo appears on the screen. It happens when you display a high contrast photo for a long period.
Tips to Prevent iPhone X Burn-in Issue

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How to Prevent Burn-In Issues on iPhone X

There are five simple ways you can avoid image persistence on your iPhone. Read on to know them.

Set Shorter Time for Auto-Lock

Always make sure to choose a shorter time for Auto-Lock on your iPhone. It will quickly turn off the screen when you are not using your device.

Step #1. Open Settings app on your iPhone X.

Open Settings app on iPhone XStep #2. Tap on Display & Brightness.

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Tap on Display & Brightness on iPhone XStep #3. Now, select the shortest time (30 seconds) for Auto-Lock.

Select 30 seconds for Auto-Lock on iPhone XUse Auto-Brightness

Another solution you should try to keep this problem is to use Auto-Brightness. It adjusts the brightness of the display as per ambiance. Besides, it can also help in extending the battery life of your device.

Step #1. Open Setting app on your iPhone X.

Step #2. Tap on General.

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Tap on General Under Settings on iPhone XStep #3. Tap on Accessibility.

Tap on Accessibility on iPhone XStep #4. Now, you need to tap on Display Accommodations.

Tap on Display Accommodations Under Accessibility on iPhone XStep #5. Next, toggle on Auto-Brightness. (By default, it’s enabled.) To know more about Auto-Brightness, head over to this post.

Toggle on Auto Brightness on iPhone XAvoid displaying static images

Another important thing you should do is to avoid displaying static images at maximum brightness for longer periods on your iPhone.

If you need to display images a bit longer, reduce the brightness of the screen. Simply, swipe down from top right corner of the screen and then lower the brightness.

Use Attention Aware Features

The true depth camera automatically dims the display when you are not looking at your screen. For instance, while browsing the web if you happen to stop using the device, it will lower the brightness of the screen to save energy.

Follow through this complete guide to use Attention Aware features on your device.

Turn On True Tone Display

With the use of advanced multichannel sensors, True Tone display adjusts the color and intensity of your display to match the ambient light. As a result, images appear more natural on your device. To know more about this feature, jump over here.

Signing off:

Every good thing needs more care, and same applies to the OLED display.
Let me know what has been your personal experience about iPhone X and what are the things you admire in it.

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