California, October 1: Apple's just-introduced iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max are already running into trouble it seems. A number of users of the fresh new iPhones are reporting a serious problem related to charging when the screen is turned off. YouTuber Lewis Hilsenteger who runs the channel Unbox Therapy demonstrated the issue with multiple units of the new iPhones compared against the one-generation older iPhone X. When the Lightning cable is plugged in, some units of the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max refuse to start charging unless the screen is woken up. Apple Unveiled iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR And Twitter's Ready With Lot of 'Unaffordable' Jokes! Check Funny Tweets and Memes.
The iPhone XS Has A Serious Problem
However, the problem appears to escalate when in some units, even after tapping the screen up does not initiate charging. Users of the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max have taken to the official forum to reveal the problem. It is speculated that the problem could be due to the introduction of the USB Restricted Mode in iOS 11.4.1 which restricts accessory support in prolonged locked state. Apple iPhone Xs Max, iPhone Xs & iPhone Xr Launched at $749, $999 & $1099; Shippings to Start From September 21.