The problem does not appear to be limited to a particular region, or even a particular type of iPhone X. Apple has not issued a statement about the green line issue, but has been replacing handsets when affected users get in touch.
iPhone X, Apple's first all-screen smartphone, is finally getting its share of issues and complaints.
A "green line of death" has been reported by more than 25 iPhone X users who have owned their device for just a matter of days. A number of iPhone X owners have posted photos of their handsets showing a green line down either the left or right-hand side of the screen, although a few have shown it appearing nearer the middle.
Apple says it is aware of reports of the screen becoming temporarily unresponsive to touch after a rapid change to a cold environment.
Even though Apple has resolved the bug in its iOS 11.1.1 update, the company continues to be trolled for it. Apple fixed the iPhone 8 problem via a software update. Apple has acknowledged the issue and is working on a fix for it.
In this instance, it may well be hardware related and only something that can be addressed by taking the faulty device in for a replacement, as at least one user suffering from the problem has been able to do.
The weather in the New York City area where I live hasn't gotten cold enough yet for me to notice the problem on my X but with temperatures expected to drop this weekend I'll see if I too experience any issues. However, there are users who have reported the issue occurring at lower volume levels, even around 50% volume.