Users shared the Reddit problem but notice that after a few seconds it will disappear. It appears that iPhone 11 and iPhone 11 Pro owners have a common problem. Although the actual iPhone model was not detailed, some older models are also reportedly affected. The Cupertino company has yet to make an official statement as to why this occurs.
Usually iPhone uses compacted LCD and OLED displays. Thus the whole problem might be a problem with software. This is a problem since iOS 13.4.1. If it is proved to be a software-based problem with the green tinting on iPhone, a patch will probably be released shortly.
Apple released recently iOS 13.5.1 with security updates. It seems that the latest patch was intended to address multiple vulnerabilities exploited by Unc0ver 's iOS 13.5 Jailbreak. So, if you plan on using the Uncover crack, you can't do this again once you upgrade to the latest Apple operating system.
The iOS 13.5.1 update focuses on the iPhone kernel, iPads and an iPod Touch among other issues. The application can execute arbitrary codes with kernel privileges, as indicated on Apple 's security page. Besides, a memory-based problem was also dealt with for better handling of the memory.
In view of the green tinting problem, the recent update to iOS 13.5.1 is likely to have been the fault of a select number of iPhones since iOS 13.4.1. Instead, a different software update (eventually iOS 13.5.2) might be in the pipeline to fix the issue. Apple could offer a different course of action to solve the problem if it affects only a certain number of users.
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