Do you plan to buy the latest iPhone 14 smartphones? Well, think again. Users around the world reported multiple major defects on their devices, and Apple isn’t going for the detour to Reasons Street…
Ah yes, the new iPhone 14– the best phones from the best smartphone manufacturer in the world right now. But you can’t be always perfect in your moves and the quality. Because right now, many people around the globe are experiencing annoying major defects that can make or break their relationship with the company in the future. We listed several of those problems so you’ll know.
“I told you so.”– Android users, probably
- Shaky camera (even with the stabilizers)
The new 48MP wide camera the iPhone 14 just recently unveiled is currently having issues when used with third-party apps. To be specific: TikTok, Instagram, and Snapchat. Owners also reported buzzing noises coming from the camera– that’s much more alarming. Just watch this Twitter video below to see it.
2. FaceTime & iMessage
In this document , Apple addressed the issues of iMessage and FaceTime in the iPhone 14 lineup. According to the document, Apple explained that some people might not get messages via the iMessage app and FaceTime calls.
In convos, it might appear in another thread even though you are texting from another, the message might also somewhat appear in the wrong account. When iMessage breaks, you’ll end up falling back to the cursed green bubbles also known as SMS, which is miles behind the current standard’s RCS.
3. Data Migration
Apple is currently on an investigation that causes an iPhone 14 Pro and the iPhone 14 Pro Max models to freeze after the users transfer any data from an older iPhone model.
The memo Apple released said that they are aware of the issues and they’re currently investigating it, some users are experiencing unresponsive after restoring their iCloud or data transfer from their previous iPhone during the Quick Start process.
As a temporary fix, Apple said that iPhone 14 users should force restart their phone if it becomes unresponsive for more than 5 minutes. The iOS 16.0.1 update should fix the bugs according to them.
Apple is investigating a bug that may cause iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max models to freeze after customers transfer their data from an older iPhone.
In the memo, Apple says it is “aware of this issue happening and is investigating.” Apple specifically says that some customers may find their new iPhone 14 Pro or iPhone 14 Pro Max models freezing and becoming unresponsive after an iCloud restore or data transfer from their previous iPhone during the Quick Start process.
There you have it, some of the issues of iPhone 14 lineup right now. Are you going to buy the iPhone, go ahead–with fantastic support from Apple, hopefully these defects can be resolved soon.