Oh dear. As it was with the iPad 2, some customers are now reporting that their iPhone 4S' are suffering from a 'yellow-tinge' on the screens, could this be the infamous glue problem?
Some customers have been reporting that their new Apple iPhone 4S' are suffering from a 'yellow-tinge' on the screen with colours looking saturated and whites not being as clear as on the iPhone 4.
Apple-focused website CultofMac believes that the root of the problem could well be an issue that has plagued Apple products before, the iPhone 4 and the iPad 2 all being victims. It's believed that the glue Apple uses may not have set while in transit, thus causing the screen to have the 'yellow-tinge'.
The website is advising owners to hold out as in previous cases the glue would set after a few weeks which would then result in the screen losing its hue and returning to normality. Another suggestion that came through from forums has been to place the handsets screen on full brightness which will help speed the process.
Apple iPhone 4S Features:
Released just a few days ago, the iPhone 4S has already sold 4 million units with customers being enticed by the inclusion of the A5 processor from the iPad 2, a hugely improved 8MP camera on the back and the new voice-activated Siri which responds to vocal commands.
With iOS 5 the iPhone 4S now has a reminders function as well as full Twitter integration and the ability to backup and sync to iCloud; Apple's answer to cloud computing.
What do you think, is this going to be a big problem for Apple or is this just a minor hiccup? Have you had problems with your iPhone 4S? Let us know in the comments box below...