There was another problem with the aluminum frame on the iPhone 12 series, and some users reported that it had faded.
Users have reported that the aluminum case of iPhone 12 and iPhone 11 is discoloring. The iPhone 12 offers consumers a variety of colors on the side and back of the device. However, the back is protected by a glass back plate, but the exposed side obviously brings embarrassment to some users.
From the feedback of users, a red iPhone 12 was found to have obvious fading on one side. Netizens who encountered problems claimed that it used the iPhone normally, and the way it used it was similar to the way it used the iPhone XR, which was not affected by fading.
Previous posts on Apple support forum mentioned the same problem affecting iPhone 11 and iPhone se 2. This problem is not limited to red. Black and mint green have been proved to have this problem. Discoloration only affects the aluminum frame, which is the only part that looks discolored.
One theory is that Apple's process of coloring the iPhone could be wrong. Although anodized iPhones have a more durable coating, the process is limited to a few colors, which means that color iPhones require other technologies, and this treatment is only a surface coating.
What do you think of this problem?
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