A few of Apple's iPhone X users have reported an inextinguishable green line on their device's display.
According to TechCrunch, a mysterious 'green line of death' appeared on the phones of a handful of users, who took to Twitter, Reddit, and other such forums to express their concern.
Apple's iPhone X, launched in September 2017, is the latest power-packed offering from the tech giant. The phone, which comes with a 5.80-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 1125 pixels by 2436 pixels has a new diamond sub-pixel pattern. The sub-pixels are green, red, and blue in colour.
It is likely that an electrical fault in a few phones is causing the voltage to flow to all the green sub-pixels in a line. However, Apple still remains unavailable for comment.
Earlier in 2016, Samsung's Galaxy S7 had reported a similar problem where users had complained of a pink line. This issue, in all likelihood, is covered under the company's standard warranty, and owners have also reported that Apple is exchanging their phones.