Following the acquisition of their new phones, owners of the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro are going through difficult times.
Owners of the new iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro are experiencing issues getting their devices to charge without restarting or connecting to local networks.
In addition to iOS 16 device battery life issues, consumers are more frequently claiming that the iPhone 14 and Pro version randomly restarts while charging (opens in a new tab) via MagSafe or a lightning connection.
Owners have so far experienced issues with iMessage and FaceTime activation, CarPlay and data migration glitches, and erratically shaking cameras.
Given that the iPhone 14 Pro’s satellite phone functions were designed to make it simpler to reach people from wherever, it’s unclear why the device is experiencing connectivity troubles, which is extremely upsetting.
Apple has already made two swift upgrades to iOS 16 that fix particular issues with the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro, but more is still required.
On the Verizon network, at least 100 users of the iPhone 14 Pro have complained about sluggish 5G speeds.
Owners of the iPhone 14 Pro claim further issues with the camera
Bugs for the iPhone 14 are multiplying. The iPhone 14 Pro’s camera is reportedly not compatible with some third-party apps, and now a report claims that some purchasers are having issues with the Camera app.
It has been mentioned by a few MacRumors readers that loading the Camera app on the iPhone 14 Pro takes about four to five seconds. The problem only manifests itself when you open the camera after closing it, i.e., when the Camera app is active in the background.
Otherwise, you won’t have this issue if you manually close the Camera app and then reopen it, or if you restart the phone before starting the Camera app. Additionally, it doesn’t occur while the app is in video mode.
However, this does not appear to be a common problem and it does not always occur when the Camera app is launched. Only users of the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max appear to be impacted. The iOS 16.0.1 update does not include a fix for the issue, and third-party camera apps have not been harmed.
Even restarting the phones does not provide a lasting fix, nor does a factory reset. According to one afflicted customer, there may be a RAM management problem.
The newest problem early users have found is the camera glitch on the iPhone 14 Pro.
The iPhone 14 has just been out for a week and already a number of issues have been documented, making it one of the most bug-ridden launches.
Many iPhone 14 Pro customers have expressed their dissatisfaction and provided video evidence of the problem, which causes shaky movies when recorded using third-party apps like TikTok, Instagram, and Snapchat and causes the cameras to make a rattling and grinding noise. When YouTuber Luke Miani encountered the problem and discovered it had an impact on the lens’ ability to focus properly, Apple Store handed him a replacement device.
Apple has assured Engadget that a patch will be released the following week to address the issue.
Other issues, including the Pro models stalling during a data transfer and not receiving iMessage or FaceTime calls, were also observed by early adopters of the iPhone 14. The most recent iOS 16.0.1 release resolved some of these problems.
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