Apple Announces Software Update to Resolve iPhone 14 Pro Display Issues
Delhi : Apple iPhone 14 Pro Display: A new source has revealed that the US-based tech giant Apple is looking into the problem of horizontal lines showing up on the display screen of the most recent iPhone 14 Pro models after certain iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max owners voiced display concerns last month.
Customers of the iPhone 14 Pro Max may experience yellow horizontal lines that flash when the smartphone is turned on, according to the manufacturer. According to a brand-new note from the iPhone manufacturer, an iOS update to fix the problem will be available very soon.
Users of the iPhone 14 Pro model may "report that, upon powering up or unlocking their phone, they momentarily see horizontal lines flash across the screen," according to the memo. According to the article, iOS 16.3 is presently being tested by developers and participants in the public beta programme; however, it is unlikely that this version will be made available to the general public for at least a few more weeks.
Following the launch of iOS 16.2 last month, it is anticipated that the tech giant will release iOS 16.2.1 to remedy the problem and other faults being faced by customers.
In related news, the US-based IT behemoth intends to reduce its reliance on outside display suppliers like Samsung and LG. Instead, the business intends to use internally made panels for its products, including the iPhone and Apple Watch.
Apple will begin using microLED displays in this approach on the Apple Watch Ultra in the latter half of 2024, but the company plans to employ them in a variety of other products in the future.
The iPhone and other products from the firm will include these cutting-edge displays. Apple will design and engineer these displays in the coming days to fulfil its precise needs even though they may be produced by an outside supplier.