Apple has published a support page about its “Super Retina” display on the new iPhone X to help users get the most out of the display on their devices. The support page provides some explanations about common OLED issues such as burn-in and the color shift that can occur at some viewing angles. The Cupertino-based giant also published a ‘guided tour’ video that describes all the new features in the latest iPhone model. The video has useful information to help iPhone X users become familiar with all the new gestures supported on the phone.
Talking about how to get the most out of the “Super Retina” display on the iPhone X, Apple says on its support page:
“With iOS 11, iPhone X is specially designed to minimize the effects of long-term use and extend the viewing life of the Super Retina display. Here are some additional things you can do to get the most out of your Super Retina display:
- Update your iPhone X to the latest version of iOS. When a new update is available, you’ll see a prompt to update. You can also check for updates in Settings > General > Software Update.
- Use Auto-Brightness to automatically adjust the brightness of your display based on the ambient light in your location. This setting is on by default. To check this setting, go to Settings > General > Accessibility > Display Accommodations.
- Set your iPhone X to turn off the display when you aren’t using it. Choosing a shorter time is recommended. To adjust this setting, go to Settings > Display & Brightness > Auto Lock.
- Avoid displaying static images at maximum brightness for long periods of time. If you have an app that keeps your display on when you aren’t actively using your iPhone X, you can temporarily reduce the brightness level using Control Center.”