Some iPhone X devices have touchscreen problems

The new Apple iPhone X are seen on display at the Apple Store in Manhattan New York

Apple admits touchscreen fault with iPhone X

Canadian devices are on the list of affected countries, according to Apple. The company announced the two new fix options today, acknowledging a problem in which the iPhone X's display reacts when it hasn't been touched or fails to respond to touch, and in which a MacBook Pro SSD may fail. The iPhone X went on sale last November and was discontinued when the iPhone XS and iPhone XR models were introduced in September. If eligible, you may take your MacBook Pro to an Apple Store, Apple Authorized Service Provider or mail it in to the Apple Repair Center.

When the iPhone X was released a year ago, it ushered in a new look and feel for Apple's handsets. Apple says it will examine any iPhone to make sure its eligible for the free fix.

Eligible devices will be serviced by Apple or Apple Authorized Service Providers for free.

Apple's launched a replacement program for any iPhone X with touch-related issues, including the touchscreen not responding to touch, responding intermittently, and operating when it's not touched.

What if you've already paid to have your screen fixed?

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The new Apple iPhone X display module replacement program details two potential issues with the phone's display: it may either respond to touches that never happened or fail to respond to touches that did happen.

This program covers affected MacBook Pro models for 3 years from the date of purchase.

In the case of the 13-inch MacBook Pro, Apple warns that a "limited number" of systems with 128GB or 256GB SSDs could experience data loss and complete failure of the drive.

You can check your MacBook Pro's serial number to see if your laptop is affected.

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