Yesterday, Apple’s 4-inch iPhone SE officially on sale, many users who pre-ordered also received the new device at the first time, but some issues cropped up. Currently some users reflect the iPhone SE screen having somewhat of a yellow tint, which even more yellow than the previous iPhone 5s. We can see from the picture below provided by the users, part of the screen area on the iPhone SE are clear yellow, especially the four sides.
Typically, the reason why your brand iPhone SE screen has a yellow tint is because of the adhesive material used for the touchscreen digitizer. This adhesives can take some time to dry out properly, and until it does so it gives a slight yellow tint to the screen that can strike panic at the heart of new iPhone owners. Although yellow-ey displays are a recurring phenomenon, but many people can not stand so yellow.
Thankfully, this isn’t a permanent issue. Time, being the best healer there is, will solve this issue as the glue dries out. It can take a few days, or maybe a couple of weeks at max for the yellow tint to disappear. However, if your tint doesn’t go anywhere after this period of time, you are recommended to take your iPhone SE to your local Apple Store and ask for a replacement.
So, don’t worry about the yellow display. It’ll go away soon enough. If it doesn’t, just get it replaced since your phone is in warranty.