Apple today released a new support document with more details about replacing iPhone parts through third party repairs. Specifically, the article mentions that the new iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro can identify non-original displays, just as older models can recognize replaced batteries.
According to the company, iPhone displays have been designed, tested and manufactured with Apple's quality standards that ensure proper operation and responsiveness in every aspect, such as brightness, color accuracy, True Tone, Night Shift and Haptic Touch. Apple says that non-certified displays can have some problems, including poor touch handling, accidental touches, incorrect color calibration and even more battery drain.
Starting with iOS 1
There is also an opportunity to see an additional notification that reads: "Apple has updated device information for this iPhone. "This means that Apple will keep a record of every eligible iPhone with untrue extras, such as making easier repair analysis. At least for now, these notifications will not affect the use of the iPhone, except for the quality of the display, of course.
Apple recommends replacing iPhone displays at the Apple Store, Apple Authorized Service Provider (AASP) or even with Independent and Certified Repair Providers to avoid this kind of problem.
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