Tips to Prevent iPhone X, Xs, and Xs Max Burn-in Issue

Through a bit of care, you can avoid OLED burn-in issues on your iPhone X, Xs, and Xs Max. Check out the following hacks to avoid image persistence problem on your iPhone X series!

iPhone X series (except iPhone XR) comes with “Super Retina” display powered by organic light-emitting diode (OLED) technology. Though OLED display is more efficient and also offers excellent viewing experience, it’s not perfect. And one of the downsides is the screen burn-in problem. But worry not; there are some reliable tricks to avoid burn-in issues on the iPhone X, Xs, and Xs Max.

Before diving into the ways and means of fixing the iPhone X series OLED screen burn-in problem, let’s understand what it is and why it occurs. Once you’ve found the cause of the problem, the solution may not be too far away.

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How to Avoid OLED Screen Burn-In Issues on iPhone X, Xs, and Xs Max

Now that you have discovered the main reason why image persistence issue crops up, let’s check out some of the effective solutions to avoid it!

Set Shorter Time for Auto-Lock

Always make sure to choose a shorter time for Auto-Lock on your iPhone. It will help you not just keep this problem at bay but also comes in handy in extending the battery life of your iPhone. If you find 30 seconds a bit too short, choose to keep the screen awake for up to 1 or 2 minutes.

Step #1. Open Settings app on your iPhone.

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 XTake Advantage of Auto-Brightness Feature

Another solution you should try to prevent this problem is to use Auto-Brightness. It automatically adjusts the brightness of the display as per the existing ambiance. Aside from boosting your viewing experience, it can also help in maximizing the battery life of your iPhone.

Step #1. Open Setting app on your iPhone.

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 a longer period on your iPhone.

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If you need to display images a bit longer, reduce the brightness of the screen. Simply, swipe down from the top right corner of the screen to access Control Center and then use the slider to adjust the brightness.

Use Attention Aware Features

The TrueDepth camera automatically dims the display when you are not looking at your screen. It can play a vital role in not just helping the battery to last a bit longer but also prevent this issue from taking place. Open Settings → Face ID & Passcode → turn on the switch next to Attention Aware Features.

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.

Update iOS on Your iPhone

Apple always recommends you to keep the iPhone updated to the latest iOS version to ensure it runs smoothly. So, just in case you are still facing this problem, go for the software update.

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Open Settings app → General → Software Update → then download and install the latest iOS version.

Tap on Settings Then General then Software Update on iPhone or iPad

Signing off:

Every good thing needs more care, and the same applies to the OLED display. With a bit of care, you can help it remain in top gear and continue to rev up your viewing experience.

Apple claims that its Super Retina display is by far the best in the industry in reducing the OLED burn-in. Having used the iPhone X series for long, I can second the company’s claim to a great degree.

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Dhvanesh Adhiyahttps://www.igeeksblog.com
Dhvanesh Adhiya is the founder and editor-in-chief who takes care of audio, visual, and textual contents uploaded on iGeeksBlog.com. He is passionate about wonderful apps that change the way your iPhone interacts in your life.

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