A small percentage of iPhone 11 units suffer from touch issues, according to Apple, and it’s swapping out displays for free as part of a new replacement program. In its announcement, the tech giant admits that the screens on iPhone 11s manufactured between November 2019 and May 2020 may become
unresponsive due to an issue with the display module. Apple didn’t go into detail on what exactly causes the screen to stop responding, but it’s asking owners with affected displays to check their phone’s serial number on the support page to find out if they’re eligible for free replacement. Only iPhone 11 models manufactured within the said period are part of the program. Other models, including the iPhone 11 Pro and iPhone 11 Pro Max, aren’t.