A lot of users have reported a strange issue that’s caused the display to flash when a user touches the device.
Apple has released a fix that lets users fix this issue and some other problems, including a rare display bug that can cause the iPhone 7 display to turn off while in sleep mode.
It appears that the display is not being turned off properly by the system when the device is in sleep.
This may be a result of Apple having a different display technology than the one that’s found on the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6.
Apple said it’s working on a fix, which should be available soon.
Users of the iPhone 5s and 6s have reported similar problems to the display.
This is due to a bug that Apple fixed on the iPhones 6s last year that was found to cause the display not to turn on.
Apple is also investigating whether the display problem is related to the new Apple Pencil technology in the iPhone X and iPhone X Plus.