Apple acknowledges iPhone 14 Pro display bug, to fix with a software update

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Anonymous, 18 hours agoI criticize bad products/practices regardless of brands. Maybe you only read Apple articles (t… moreI do mostly tend to stick to Apple article’s yes, and that is where I see you mostly questioning those that offer what you perceive as defence of them, never the other way round though. I don’t usually bother with articles regarding most other manufactures as I do not use their products, so do not feel I have anything relevant to add to a conversation.

This unlike that duck dude, who for such a die hard Samsung fanboy seems to spend an awful lot of his time posting barbs about Apple and it’s products, mostly getting his facts wrong in the process. His post about Apple messing up ‘Samsungs brightness specifications’ on a iPhone display being a good example of this. Apple’s display division design iPhone displays to their own required specifications, Samsung are merely the oem who then manufacture the component. iPhone displays are not off the shelf Samsung parts, and Samsung have no say over the specifications.

And I am quite willing to offer criticism of Apple when I feel it due. Which I do not feel it is in this case, as I have said this is a very minor bug in the grand scheme of things, affecting a small percentage of a specific iPhone model line, and even then not affecting general usability or causing a hazard to anyone’s health. And one which has already been acknowledged, with a fix on the way.

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DaFink, 16 Jan 2023Neutral, like you for instance yes? Who only seems to pop up to grill those you perceive as pr… moreI criticize bad products/practices regardless of brands. Maybe you only read Apple articles (that’s fine), so you don’t know that I also criticize non-Apple products. Regarding neutrality, being neutral means that you criticize/praise people/products/companies/etc regardless of your personal preferences. Neutral people may like Google as a company, for example, but they won’t hesitate to criticize bad Google products/practices. Neural in this case doesn’t mean that feeling neutral. It means unbiased/impartial.

Apple acknowledges iPhone 14 Pro display bug, to fix with a software update

Anonymous, 16 Jan 2023No any issues for me. Installed all updates. Running fine.then you are the only lucky person who dont get those issues.

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you have to suffer, 16 Jan 2023hows the phone today?
is it gonna have some vibration motor and LED flash issue?
No any issues for me. Installed all updates. Running fine.

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Anonymous, 16 Jan 2023yea its normal to pay 1500$ for bugged phone🤣 remember s22 bug?At least they fix them. Unlike Android where you get stuck with any bugs for the short lifetime of the device

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Anonymous, 16 Jan 2023It is a normal defect for the money you paid on the phone to Apple. If you can afford a fair p… moreyea its normal to pay 1500$ for bugged phone🤣 remember s22 bug?

Apple acknowledges iPhone 14 Pro display bug, to fix with a software update

Anonymous, 14 Jan 2023That’s why I always buy a Samsung. No any issues for me. Next time will buy a flagship an… morehows the phone today?

is it gonna have some vibration motor and LED flash issue?

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Anonymous, 15 Jan 2023Well, it’s very normal for people to criticize products when they have bugs/defects. They… moreNeutral, like you for instance yes? Who only seems to pop up to grill those you perceive as pro Apple. Yeah your take on neutrality comes through loud and clear there pal. 🤦‍♂️ like I said had I chimed in seething about this, claiming it to be the worst thing ever and calling Apple every slur under the son, I highly doubt you and I would be speaking right now.

I am down playing it, this is a very minor in the grand scheme of things. Though seeing as it’s Apple, obviously a mountain is being made out of a mole hill. Bugs aren’t good of course, that they are acknowledged and fixed though is. And seeing as I put up with such issues on pretty much every ‘smart’ gadget I own (often with far worse support than Apple offer) then I am willing to do so in my iPhone as well, after all the good far outweighs the bad.

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It is a normal defect for the money you paid on the phone to Apple. If you can afford a fair price, double maybe, you may get half defects.

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DaFink, 15 Jan 2023That this story like many relating to iOS is overblown, this is a simple bug affecting few dev… moreWell, it’s very normal for people to criticize products when they have bugs/defects. They deserve criticism. It’s weird when a product have a bug/defect, and you say that bugs happen. Of course, they happen, but I don’t see the purpose behind saying that other than trying to defend the product or downplay the issue. That’s not a common response from neutral people. Saying that a bug is a minor bug is a different matter, but that was not what you said.

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Anonymous, 15 Jan 2023Okay. So what is your purpose of stating the obvious fact?That this story like many relating to iOS is overblown, this is a simple bug affecting few devices (in a very specific model line) during start up, and then only some of the time. It’s been acknowledged and a fix has been promised. It’s a simple, very minor bug.

Let me ask you a question, had I commented that this was awful, unforgivable and a testament to the crumminess of Apple, would I now have to be explaining myself to you about it?

Somehow, I highly doubt it.

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DaFink, 15 Jan 2023Bugs to occur, it’s more stating the obvious than a defence. Don’t think you’d be questioning … moreOkay. So what is your purpose of stating the obvious fact?

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Anonymous, 15 Jan 2023His point is that bugs/defects are caused by doing something wrong; they don’t spontaneou… moreBugs to occur, it’s more stating the obvious than a defence. Don’t think you’d be questioning it though we’re I walking all over Apple though eh, funny that.

Apple acknowledges iPhone 14 Pro display bug, to fix with a software update

Anonymous, 14 Jan 2023nah thats illiterate people complaining to reseller not actual XIAOMI SERVICE CENTER or maybe … moremfw people had to find the way to sacrifice their x3 pro to get f4🤭🤭🤭

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DaFink, 15 Jan 2023I said they happen, not just happen, I understand the multitude of factors at play. Hardware a… moreHis point is that bugs/defects are caused by doing something wrong; they don’t spontaneously happen, so that user’s speculation is plausible. I don’t see why you feel the need to defend Apple (or any company) by saying that bugs can occur.

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for a brand only released 3 device every year have this kind of bug?..

xiaomi and bbk even samsung laughing at this brand.

they can released many different device every month and didn’t have this kind bug 🤣

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Carol, 15 Jan 2023Something like that does not just happen. That was bad enginiering together with low quality b… moreI said they happen, not just happen, I understand the multitude of factors at play. Hardware and software on modern smartphones is massively complex, an increasing likelihood of errors goes hand in hand with that complexity.

For its part iOS is far more of a feature packed and busy os than it ever was back in the day, so yes more bugs are to be expected, but they are also addressed. And modern versions of iOS are far from the mess that certain people on this site like to make it out as. I personally cannot recreate 90% percent of the bugs reported, this one included.

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DaFink, 14 Jan 2023What an unusual way of phrasing that, maybe not surprising though given how you fetishize Sams… moreSomething like that does not just happen. That was bad enginiering together with low quality batteries and lack of proper testing = rushed release, greed? Maybe, but i think there is more hidden behing half backed releases, a thing that rarerly happend in the past but is a norm this days…as we can all see with other brands, especially with apple, as they were the “it just works” brand, well for the typical die hard fans of course, but are not so much rrally. The device had more problems, like camera buzzing issue, this beeing just another one of them… This could be an issue of overcklocking the screen, and the fix would be to lower the high brightness niveau via software, so yeah, the guy’s claim is quite plausible.

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Pay $1500 and pay quality like this. You get what you pay, right?

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“You’re looking at it wrong!” ~crapple

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