How to fix an iPhone 4S screen issue

The iPhone 4 is a flagship handset.

The display is stunning.

The camera is impressive.

It’s got all the bells and whistles you would expect in a high-end phone.

The problem is, the screen is a huge pain in the arse.

And the iPhone 4 has a screen that’s just too big for most of its pixels to work in tandem.

This isn’t a new problem, of course, and Apple has already addressed it in the form of an app called iFixit, which will fix the screen on all iPhone 4s devices.

But it has a big drawback: it only works with phones that have been upgraded to iOS 9.3 or higher.

If you’ve already upgraded your phone, this isn’t going to work on it.

So if you have an older iPhone, you can’t even get the fix.

What’s the solution?

Apple’s app, which has been downloaded over 1.4 million times, uses a technique called “mirroring” to get the iPhone screen to match its pixels.

Apple claims that this technique allows the screen to appear identical to a non-Apple device, while at the same time making sure that your phone has been updated to the latest iOS version.

This should fix most problems.

It works best on phones that Apple has either upgraded to the newest iOS version or have had a phone that has had a screen repaired recently.

The app does have a few caveats, though.

If your phone is still running iOS 9, and you’re not on iOS 9’s “security patch level” it won’t work.

This is because Apple hasn’t updated the firmware to fix this problem, and this means that the app won’t be able to work properly.

But if you’re on iOS 8.1, and your iPhone 4 already has iOS 9 on it, you should be able access the fix without much difficulty.

Apple has also updated the iPhone UI to reflect this new fix, which should make it easier to use.

If everything goes according to plan, you’ll see the app in the Apple Store on your iPhone soon.

If you’re still having problems, you’re going to have to go ahead and try to fix it yourself.

You can always contact Apple support directly for help, or you can contact iFix it to see if they’ll be able help you.