iPhone 8 faces software issues that would disable major features

Novelty and uncertainty have been totally linked to the iPhone 8, since last year, when the first data about the device with which the tenth anniversary of the iPhone will be celebrated began to be filtered. Thus, the OLED screen, wireless charging and the location of the 3D sensor, which among other things will allow face detection, are the protagonists of the expected launch.

However, less than two months before the official launch of iPhone 8 or also known as iPhone Edition, rumors are growing about Apple’s work to incorporate all the above details and also about its expertise to timely solve some software issues.

iPhone 8 faces software issues that would disable major features
iPhone 8 faces software issues that would disable major features

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According to a report published by Fast Company, engineers and developers of the iPhone 8 are working in a “panic” environment, at the possibility of presenting a mobile with some of the main functions disabled.

This situation could arise in view of the problems the Cupertino boys have had in matching the operation of the operating system with the wireless charging feature; in this case, the option could be seen some time after the device’s launch, with an update.

In addition, Apple is also working on the suitability of the iPhone 8-oriented 3D sensor to work well when combined with iOS. Likewise, this would be a feature that could also come with an upgrade.

The data provided by the Fast Company report coincide with other relevant sources, when it comes to information about Apple; all have agreed that to date there are several adjustments to be made or it would mean a delay in the release of the expected mobile.

Previous experiences have shown that Apple does not release a device until all the details are resolved, however, since it is specifically this equipment we wonder if the formula will be repeated or on the contrary Apple will find another solution.

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Source: 9to5mac

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