Since January, a topic has been growing constantly in Apple’s Discussion Forum. It seems that the glass cover of the iPhone X, which protects the two rear cameras, has begun to crack at some phones.

We know what you think – of course, if you drop the phone on a hard surface, the glass will break. And that would make sense, but complaints come from owners of the iPhone X who insist they never drop their expensive phone.

Apple charges $99 for AppleCare + replacement, but one user at the Apple Forum mentioned above reports that Apple Store even wants he to pay $549 for repair that is not covered by the warranty. So if the phone is not dropped, what can cause the cracks to appear? Some blame the “extreme” temperature.

One customer, with username Jed112233, wrote: ‘I was outside in extremely cold weather and noticed that my rear camera lens had cracked.

Apple states that iPhone X should be in a temperature range of 0° C to 35° C when in use and from -20° C to 45° C when it is at rest. Some of the posts in the forum are from iPhone X users who use the phone in colder conditions than those listed by Apple but they don’t find any harm on their device.

Then maybe it is something that is not weather-related. One member of the Apple Forum says: “This is obviously a design / material flaw.” Whatever the cause of the cracks, Apple is silent. Post from: GizBrain

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