Unresponsiveness or stuck display is a common symptom arising in early devices, especially those with shrinking memory or low storage space. The same symptom could manifest in new devices when afflicted by rogue apps, data corruption and software glitches. In worst case scenarios, display problems including unresponsive or stuck display can be a direct indication
Problems on lagging, frozen or unresponsive display are often tied to a memory issue like insufficient storage space available. Often times, these problems begin to occur months or even years of using the device in regular basis. However, there are some factors that can trigger early occurrence of similar symptoms even in new devices just
This post explicates the most possible causes of no display, black screen, and other screen-related problems with the #Apple iPhone 6s (#iPhone6s) handset. Read on to learn how to determine what actually has triggered your iPhone to encounter these problems and what must be done in order to get it back up and running again.
Screen burn-in is an unusual display symptom depicted by a static image shown on the left of the screen for a long time and then gets turned into the display permanently. Some iPhone XS owners perceived this occurrence when they left their phone’s idle or sitting on the Home screen for quite a while. This
Apple’s iPhone Series Edition (#iPhoneSE) sports a 4-inch retina display with LED-backlit widescreen multi-touch screen, and high screen resolution at 326 pixels per inch (ppi). Although it’s deemed the smallest iPhone of this generation, the iPhone SE features the same exact A9 chip with M9 motion coprocessor and so it’s still deemed a powerful device.
When it comes to users’ complaints, display issues such as black screen, red screen, screen flickering and other unusual displays appeared to be among the widespread problems affecting the Apple iPhone 6s Plus device. Actually, cases of screen flickering faults have already been seen in prior iPhone models, particularly on the iPhone 6 variant. At
One of the things you don’t want to happen to your smartphone is getting it wet or dropped. Because if any of these happens, a chance of your phone to get damaged is higher. Among other components, the touchscreen appears to be the most susceptible to physical damage from accidental drops. For minor damage, the
Welcome to the second part in our series of troubleshooting articles dedicated to the Apple iPhone 5. What we will be dealing with are the units that have been updated to iOS 8. While this is the latest mobile operating system released by Apple that comes with several improvements it also has its fair share