Apple’s working on a fix for the iPhone X’s frustrating cold weather bug

It would appear that the iPhone X doesn’t like the cold, as a number of reports have surfaced online claiming that the device becomes temporarily unresponsive when it’s introduced to low temperatures.

Eager to ensure its latest iPhone is a success, Apple informed customers that it’s “aware of instances where the iPhone X’s screen will become temporarily unresponsive to touch after a rapid change to a cold environment.”

“This will be addressed in an upcoming software update,” it added.

We don’t know what’s causing the issue, but it’s clear it isn’t hardware-related – and that’s good, because there’s no telling how long it would take Apple to muster up replacement handsets.

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This isn’t the first time the Cupertino company has found itself in hot water after releasing a new product, however.

Customers were quick to complain that the “revolutionary” MacBook Pro with Touch Bar wasn’t delivering the all-day battery life Apple promised when it hit the shelves back in December, 2016.

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That’s just one example, though. The latest version of the firm’s mobile operating system – iOS 11 – has been plagued with issues ever since its release, with the most recent bug irritating millions of users all over the world.

Does your iPhone X freeze when it’s being used in cold environments? Have you noticed any other strange bugs? Be sure to let us know over on Facebook or Twitter @TrustedReviews.