According to an UberGizmo report, the Cupertino based giant rolled out a new iOS updates version 14.4. While first party repairs usually guarantee genuine parts for repairs, the same cannot be said for third party servicing. So, for those that might opt for such services, they might just be faced with multiple warnings soon after. Apple will now start pushing these warning notifications after the recent updates that allow an iPhone to detect non genuine camera components.
Keep in mind, this warning doesn’t mean that the camera becomes inoperable, it just means that there is a possibility that the user might face certain performance issues. As per an official Apple support document, these non genuine parts used in the iPhone might cause the camera to not be able to focus properly on a scene or subject. In other words, the end result of photography might have blurry or unfocused shots being produced.
Furthermore, this might also cause issues with the Portrait mode, while third party camera applications could also freeze up or stop functioning altogether. However, not all third party service centers use fake parts and Apple does have Authorized Service Providers as well. But if one does go for a more affordable repair, then they might just face these new warnings.
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