This led to the rollout of this new update by Apple to fix the issue. According to the release notes of the iOS 11.3.1, Apple has introduced fixes for third-party display repairs for iPhone 8 users in addition to security and bug fixes to iOS 11.3. You can also connect your iOS device to your computer, open iTunes, select your device and then tap on check for updates.
Apple does go on to state that using "non-genuine" replacements parts for its devices can lead to comprised visual quality and may not work properly. If you've got a compatible iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch, you can download the update by going into Settings General Software Update on your device.
Also, Apple has released the iOS 11.3 last month after doing a prolonged beta test which started back January.
In addition to the iOS 11.3.1 update, Apple has released a new security update to the macOS 10.13.4 update that is designated as Security Update 2018-001. Various third-party screen suppliers also stated that the issue prevented customers from opting for cheaper means to fix their faulty iPhone units than an authorised source.
Apple's App Store redesign in iOS 11 is paying off for developers, with a new study from Sensor Tower (via TechCrunch) revealing that apps landing in the featured spots on the new App Store can see a boost in downloads by as much as 800 percent.
The Google-developed app can now be used on iPhone X in full resolution as of version 2.18.1. In the meantime, make sure you update the app on your smartphone by going to the App Store or by tapping on the link below.