Apple is fortunately "aware of instances where the iPhone X screen will become temporarily unresponsive to touch after a rapid change to a cold environment", stressing that "after several seconds the screen will become fully responsive again" and vowing to "address" the issue "in an upcoming software update".
Apple has addressed a glitch that caused some iPhones to unexpectedly start auto-correcting the letter "i" to a capital "A" and a question mark.More news: Super Fund dealt with Paradise Papers firm
Ever since iOS 11.1 came out a week ago, many iPhone users complained about the glitch that automatically replaced a lower case "i" with odd characters in their pithy texts and social media posts.
Other iPhone X owners chimed in to say that they, too, have experienced this problem with their handset.
On Apple's support site, the firm recommends using iOS devices in environments where 'the ambient temperature is between 0º and 35º C (32º to 95º F)'.More news: You can now make money by playing your PlayStation (but not much)
'I try swiping on websites and it doesn't register my finger. Low- or high-temperature conditions might cause the device to change its behaviour to regulate its temperature. Exactly how a software update will tackle this issue remains to be seen as a problem with the screen freezing suggests it may be a hardware fault instead.
Dailymail.com has contacted Apple for comment on the issue. Apple had previously fixed the issue in the iOS 11.2 beta, but it looks like the bug became widespread enough that Apple pushed it out before that larger update.More news: Saudi intercepts missile targeting Riyadh from Yemen