Media reports surfaced last month that a growing number of iPhone 14 Pro customers are seeing flashing horizontal lines, sometimes green or yellow, on their iPhone’s display when they turn on their smartphone.
Now there is a follow-up from Apple: The group is working on a permanent solution. Apple had previously reassured those affected that this imaging error was not a hardware problem. So that means we just have to wait for another software update that fixes the bug.
In an internal memo, Apple has confirmed the issue and assuaged concerns that it was a serious bug.
Apple employees have been informed that the issue is being investigated and an iOS update to resolve the issue will be released in a timely manner. The support staff can now pass this information on to those affected. A device replacement is not necessary.
Solution for the iPhone 14 Pro is coming
iPhone 14 Pro customers “may report that they see brief horizontal lines flashing across the screen when they turn on or unlock their phone,” the by states Online magazine MacRumors viewed memo. “Apple is aware of the issue and will soon provide a software update that will fix this issue,” the release said. When the update is expected is still open, but probably in January.
Apple is currently working on the iOS 16.3 beta. However, a bug fix will probably be pushed in between now, so that you will soon receive a new iOS version.
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