The release of Apple’s iPhone 14 hasn’t exactly gone well. Users are facing various glitches ranging from the absurd to the serious, as well as problems with sales and supply. Owners are currently dealing with a serious new iPhone 14 display issue.
Many owners of the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max have suddenly begun to report horizontal lines appearing across the screens of their phones. Apple has acknowledged the issue, but there isn’t a patch at the moment.
According to reports, Apple claims that the new issues are due to iOS bug and not because of hardware. The company should provide further information regarding the problem soon. In fact, it might release a software update to correct the bug.
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What’s more, the report didn’t talk about whether iPhone owners only of a particular location are facing the new lines across the screen issue. In this case, Apple might provide the update just for the particular area that is impacted (s). How does this problem impact users? Users of the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max have reported that the horizontal lines that appear on their screens at starting emerge erratically and then vanish after a short period of time. These lines also reportedly appear once the iPhone wakes up, according to a number of users. Others suggested visiting Apple Stores to get their smartphones fixed
The cause of the new iPhone 14 display issue is still not known
Some of the afflicted customers first became aware of it recently. On the other hand, many of them noted that it was occurring before last week’s release of iOS 16.2. Given that Apple sources its displays from LG and Samsung, it is also unknown whether the fault affects all or just a certain SKU of the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max versions. Additionally, it’s not clear if it can harm your phone permanently like the camera shake bug on the iPhone 14 Pro did.
In the end, if you haven’t yet purchased an iPhone 14 model, we would suggest waiting.
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