Apple acknowledges iPhone 14 Pro display bug, to fix with a software update
A growing number of iPhone 14 Pro users report a strange display issue when booting up or unlocking their devices. Green and yellow horizontal lines appear on the screen that disappear later on during the startup process, so it's not damaging the user experience completely, if at all.
Now Apple has acknowledged the issue and promised it will soon release a software update addressing it. We can expect a fix as a part of an upcoming small patch or with iOS 16.3, which is currently being tested by Apple and public beta program members.
Notably, Apple's response isn't official and was spotted in internal memos by people familiar with the matter. The issue was first reported last month, so Apple is fairly swift with its reaction. Let's just hope that the next software version will fix that.
- 26 Jan 2023
Apple service is "good" if you still have active Applecare. Without that, you are at the mercy of the random store employees. Some are good, but more and more are clueless and more interested in screwing customers, simply because Apple forc...
- Rotciv Ikias
- 25 Jan 2023
Apple services to their customers are still good But yes I don't know how long it has been but APPLE is among the top greedy companies
- 18 Jan 2023
curious, what issues is google having with the pixel 7 pro? the very few camera lenses that have been breaking? they've been investigating it and trying to figure out what is causing it.