at recent days mentionedMany bugs seem to have hit hundreds of iPhones running iOS 16, bringing back some of my worst memories of the Pixel 6 Pro from the early days of the Google flagship of 2021.
Even a couple of weeks after the release of the detailed iOS 16 bug report, I’m now starting to see some annoying issues other people have encountered pop up on my own. iPhone 14 Pro lonliness! So, the story continues…
What I called The Google Virus is still bothering iPhones running Apple’s latest iOS 16, and it’s only fair that I follow the original part that tried to bring the issues to Apple’s attention.
iPhone 14 Pro in iOS 16 bug report. Take two. Here nothing goes …
iPhone 14 Pro freezes; Display not responding (requires restart)
As mentioned earlier, I previously reported the iOS 16 error (among other things), which I now encountered on my iPhone 14 Pro…
I think I was trying to unlock my iPhone 14 Pro when the device got stuck in the Spotlight search list. I tried letting it go, but the phone wasn’t responding to my touch. And then (as you can see) I tried over and over again. It wasn’t shown in the video, but despite the iPhone not responding, it turned out that it was possible to invoke the app switcher and even swipe up and down to control the Notification Center. However, every time I tried to go back to Home, the iPhone reverted back to the Spotlight search glitch and stopped responding to touches.
It soon became apparent that my iPhone 14 Pro required a restart. Fortunately, the hardware buttons were fully responsive, which meant that I could press the power and volume up to turn the iPhone off and then back on.
Anyway, a reboot helped, and my iPhone 14 Pro was back to normal, but of course (and unfortunately), that’s not where the story ends.
However, other iPhone 14 users also reported similar issues with Spotlight search and screen freezing. Quick search in Google and Apple Support Community It shows that such an issue (actually, almost the same) was seen in iPhone 13 Pro units running iOS 15 about a year ago when Apple’s iPhone 2021 phones were launched, and it shows that there is a pattern of Spotlight search screen freezing issues on the iPhone. . Then again, I’ve owned an iPhone 6S, iPhone SE, iPhone 8, iPhone 13 mini, and iPhone 14 Pro, and I’m sure this is the first time I’ve encountered such a problem. For the record, I didn’t get iPhone 13 mini Upon launch, which may have helped…
Multiple reports of iPhone 13 dead screens, green screen appearing after iOS 16 update; Twitter users complain
As if there weren’t enough green screens in California!
Perhaps because I follow the pages of tech geeks through my personal Twitter account (a bug that I need to fix), I encountered all kinds of leaks, rumors, complaints, showing affection and of course bug reports in Elon Musk’s new stadium…
So, a few days ago, I found a file Another to get iPhone 13 dead screen, which shows a solid green screen; I read about the user arguments and then found out that other people had similar issues. Anyway, here’s what Akash has to say about his iPhone 13 issues:
Apple’s (reported) reaction to iPhone 13 green screen issues
According to another user (writing in the same Twitter threat), Apple replaced his iPhone 13 screen for free, thanks to the iPhone being within its warranty period. However, Akash doesn’t seem to have had the same luck, as his iPhone 13 first showed the “California green screen” issue when it was still on warranty but started working again until it shut down itself completely (weeks later) after Akash Warranty has expired:
Apple and Google exchange roles such as the Pixel 7 may be more reliable than the iPhone 14 Pro at the moment; Another small bug on your iPhone 14 Pro shows a lack of attention to detail
As stated in one of the longest stories I have written this year, iPhone 14 Pro detected Google virus, many bugs have infected iOS 16. Many are complaining on Twitter and other social media platforms… Of course, iPhones have always had software issues, just like any other Android phone, but I can’t seem to remember them who – whichsevere. Again, none of my iPhones got buggy to the point of no return, but if Akash’s case is anything to go through, others may not have the same luck.
Before I go on, I should also mention a bug that I noticed just hours ago that also has to do with Spotlight search on my iPhone 14 Pro (Spotlight search is starting to show up on Apple now!). Fortunately, this time the error is pure Visible.
So, it’s clear that Tim Cook & Co has some software and hardware bugs to work on before the iPhone 14 or iOS 16 hits the point of reliability we expect from the iPhone. What is interesting is that in a few cases, we have serious problems, and in others, some very minor flaws. Apple is known for its meticulous attention to detail, so this is really weird.
Last year the Pixel 6 and Pixel 6 Pro were just that Listen Everyone (especially me) with dozens of bugsAnd now Apple appears to be playing catch-up. Still not as bad as Google, but…just for now.
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