It appears that Apple has heard that message loud and clear, and has resolved the issue with a new supplemental release: iOS 11.3.1. In addition to improving the security of your device (as virtually every iterative update does), iOS 11.3.1 also addresses an issue that has caused some iPhone 8 devices to become unresponsive to touch input "because they were serviced with non-genuine replacement displays".
It is worth pointing out here that while Apple has released iOS 11.3.1 to fix the aftermath display issue, the company is still advising users to opt for authorised repairs.
It's unclear whether this or a future update will address the ambient light sensor issues identified on iPhone X, iPhone 8, and iPhone 8 Plus models with genuine Apple screens.
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iOS 11.3.1 is available to download now on all devices that are compatible with iOS 11. The video also works to promote the safety and environmental benefits of the latest Apple devices.
Some iPhone 8 and iPhone X users encountered an error with the last patch, when third-party displays were rendered useless. This is different from the more general "performance and reliability" wording Apple usually uses, even when there are lots of security patches in an update. However, it is an important update if you own an iPhone 8 that has been serviced with a third-party display panel. All that ultimately pushed Apple to bring the new update that comes just in a month after the original iOS 11.3 release.
Users who had gone to a non-Apple company for a screen replacement were affected by the issue and complained that, after downloading the update, their phones completely stopped responding to touch.