This week some Apple users reported issues with their iPhone X devices. The bug allegedly delays incoming calls from appearing on the iPhone X’s display, with those affected stating they cannot see caller ID information despite their phone ringing.

Now it seems Apple has taken notice and plans to “look into these reports.”

In an article, the Financial Times reported that “hundreds of owners have complained on Apple forums that their pocket supercomputer cannot accomplish the most basic task that even a $10 phone can manage, namely taking an incoming call.”

Following previous reports alleging problems with the phone’s speakers and various iOS bugs, it’s been a bumpy few months for the Cupertino, California company.

Other theories posited by analysts have suggested that Apple is contemplating phasing out iPhone X production by the summer as it gets ready to launch three new flagship phones in late 2018.

Regardless, if reports are to be believed, Apple is aware of the issue and plans to fix it as soon as possible.

Next, read about Apple’s financial results for 2018 Q1 here.

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