1. Something to Fix in the Settings

The first line of action in resolving your iPhone screen issues is to ensure that your settings are accurate. Most often, it requires you to reset your phone settings to get your problem solved. Here are few things to do in the settings that can fix this issue.

  • Turn down the brightness: To do this, go to Settings> > Display and Brightness, then adjust the slider to the left to reduce the brightness.

  • Turn off auto-brightness: To turn off auto brightness, go to Settings > Accessibility > Display and Text Size. Scroll down to find the option of auto-brightness and disable it.

  • Turn on reduce transparency: To do this, go to Settings > General > Accessibility > Reduce Transparent and enable it.

  • Check and clear iPhone storage: To do this, go to Settings > General > Media Storage, and then clear media storage. You can also do the same for web storage to keep your phone light and free of junk.

  • Reset all settings: Resetting all settings helps return the phone to an initial pristine state. To do this, simply go to Settings > General > Reset > Reset all settings.

  • Update iOS to the latest version: To update iOS, Go to Settings > General > Software Update, and click Download and Install.