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iPhone owners warned of new ‘pink screen’ bug which is VERY bad news for you

IPHONE owners are no longer excited by the latest iOS bug.

Users have been complaining about an issue that caused their device’s screen to turn pink.

Pink isn't so pretty...

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Pink isn’t so pretty…

The issue first surfaced in October when an unimpressed iPhone customer reported it directly to Apple through website.

They claim that the vulnerability causes their iPhone 13 Pro’s screen to turn pink for a few seconds and then reload.

“It happens all the time, so I can’t use my iPhone,” the user said.

Fortunately for them, Apple released a replacement device but others since then claiming to be stuck in the same situation have not been so lucky.

And some were unimpressed with how much they spent on expensive equipment.

One person said: “I just switched to Apple and it’s disappointing when a brand new phone doesn’t work.

“In 15 years, I’ve never had much of a problem with a cell phone, let alone a new phone.

“Maybe I’ll switch back to something reliable.”

And now others who seem to be affected by the same thing have started speaking out about Reddit.

“Woah this happened to me in the car the other day,” revealed one owner.

“Before my GPS went off a few streets until I rode my bike up.

“During the cycle it had a pink screen. Since then it’s been fine.”

For now, it looks like the pink screen issue is only affecting iPhone 13 devices.

According to reports, the problem is caused by a software bug.

It’s not believed to be a widespread problem for all iPhone 13s, with most of the complaints occurring in China.

Chinese page My Driver appears to have said that Apple is recommending iPhone owners to back up their data and install the latest iOS update.

Customers are advised to back up their data and install the latest iOS update

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Customers are advised to back up their data and install the latest iOS update
Fan-made video shows what the iPhone 14 will look like when it launches later this year

In other news, a new space station for Tom Cruise for filming caused the jaws to fall out for all the wrong reasons.

Scientists have pinpointed when they believe The sun will explode and wipe out everything on Earth in the process.

And Apple is work to fix for a recently discovered bug that could potentially expose iPhone users’ personal data.


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