With the release of iOS 11.3.1, Apple specifically addresses the issue in the release notes and warns against using non-genuine replacement displays in the future.
Users impacted by the issue can update your phone by connecting your iPhone to iTunes and checking for updates. Everyone else can go to Settings > General > Software Update to install the new update.
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iPhone X owners are happy with every aspect their purchase, with one glaring exception.
The demand for more speed -- and for that matter, the "thin-and-light" craze and silly "Animoji" nonsense -- needs to come to an end. The next iPhone needs to focus on something a lot more fundamental.
Even Apple's iPhone SE takes a larger share of worldwide handset profits than any model from Chinese makers.
Apple has managed to keep the iPhone a premium brand for over a decade, but now it's time to expand into lower-priced categories.