It seems that the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus are not free of controversy. Despite the fact that it has been almost two months since their presentation and that controversies such as the memorygate or the absence of the 3.5mm jack have been left behind, it seems that the problems for these devices are not over, since according to information from AppleInsider, photos taken with the iPhone 7 Plus suffer a strong loss of quality.
For a few days now, there have been several threads on Apple’s support forum that are buzzing with a multitude of users complaining about an issue that came up on their smartphones at roughly the same time that Apple was introducing the new MacBook Pro 2016: photos taken with the dual lens system on the iPhone 7 Plus show a large loss of quality , due to a blurring effect on the photos.
This effect, more like a watercolor than a photo of a 909 euro terminal, has caused 1004 repair requests in different Apple stores, but the managers of the Californian company have reported that only 8 of the devices presented have a problem in the camera module. In addition to this, they claim that the 8 terminals actually affected do not suffer from the same type of problem, so users should not be alarmed by these bugs.
Some users have managed to solve this problem by disabling the “optimize storage” option, while others only notice this bug in the Apple Photos application, so at first, the root of these problems is unknown, although some users suggest a mechanical failure or a simple software error. We at Applesupportphonenumber hope that this is just a software bug, since it would be the easiest thing to fix with a minimal update.
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