iOS 14.4 developer beta now throws up an error message when it detects a non-genuine digicam fitted to an
The message, which reads “Unable to confirm this iPhone has a real Apple digicam,” could be dismissed and doesn’t appear to have an effect on the use or operation of the digicam.
In accordance with the report, the non-genuine digicam message will possible direct customers in the direction of a future Apple help doc emphasising the significance of iPhone repairs being accomplished by authorised, educated technicians utilizing real Apple components.
To recall, Apple’s related display-related warning doesn’t have an effect on the flexibility to make use of the iPhone earlier, so this would be the case with the camera-related warning as effectively.
In accordance with tech restore web site iFixit, cameras can now be swapped between iPhone 12 items with none issues.
Nevertheless, it believes that Apple will quickly begin flagging any digicam replacements that haven’t been adopted up with by operating Apple’s proprietary, cloud-linked System Configuration app as non-genuine.
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