Apple is rolling out iOS 13.1 presently but there is a new feature it has added that may become annoying after you replace your panel.
A support document posted by Apple says that iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max users will get a notification if they change their screen with a genuine one.
Apparently, the system will try to verify that the replaced screen is a genuine replacement part and when it can’t, it will notify you on the lockscreen for 4 consecutive days. Afterward, it will move the message to the base options menu for other 15 days after what it will shift it to Settings > Over-all > About.
Apple Non-genuine screen warning
The new feature only applies to the new iPhone 11 series. There is no mention of previous models having it.
Apple advises that only certified technicians who have completed Apple’s service training and who use Apple genuine parts and tools must change displays. Repairs really should moreover be done by Apple, authorized service providers and certified technicians.
Here is a list of problems that Apple says can occur thanks to to the installation of a non-genuine screen:
Multi-Touch could not respond on areas of the screen
Multi-Touch performance, these types of like skipped display touches or touches not registering in the straight location
Touches could unexpectedly register during a cameraphone call
Panel could not swap off during cameraphone phone calls
Accidental edge or palm touches could possibly register
Display Brightness and Colour Issues
Real Tone display does not function correctly
Lost or degraded function of the ambient light sensor, causing the panel to dim or brighten incorrectly
Incorrect display colour calibration, this kind of like the display to showing up too yellow or blue
Screen isn’t uniformly vibrant
Lower maximum brightness
Unintentional battery drain