Apple has just announced an iPhone X Screen Module Replacement Program with Touch Problems (in other words, a recall for problematic iPhone X touchscreens), after determining that some units could have manufacturing flaws.
According to Apple, the affected devices may experience problems with screens not responding to taps (permanently or intermittently) or the opposite: certain taps are recorded on the screen without the user interacting with it.
Affected iPhones X will have their screen modules replaced by Apple or Authorized Service Centers, obviously at no cost. However, if the device in question has other problems (such as broken screen glass), the user will have to resolve this beforehand or pay for the additional repair.
This program does not extend the standard iPhone X warranty and covers all handsets up to three years from the original date of purchase.