There has obviously been some speculation regarding the fact that Apple is making certain changes in the pre-existing features and including some updated or new ones in the iPhones that are to be launched some time this year. But the present iPhones do have some faults and it seems that Apple has not been able to get rid of them in their new line of iPhones, which is rather inconvenient for users and potential clients. If the changes required in the current flagship range cannot be seen in the new range then it will be quite disappointing no matter how amazing the devices might turn out to be otherwise.
A very informative report from PiunikaWeb disclosed the fact that many users of the iPhone X, iPhone 8, and the iPhone 8 Plus are facing troubles with the cameras. The problem is that the flash of the cameras on all three of these models are not working when photos are shot in cool weather. In answer to the questions Apple has referred to its Environmental Requirements, according to which the iPhones work best between zero degrees to thirty five degrees Celsius and any change will result in difficulties as the device will try to adapt and regulate its temperature. However most users are trying to shoot in temperatures above the freezing point and yet the flash still fails to work. This is very inconvenient and it was first stated in November when a post appeared on the official Apple Support Communities Forum. Now users are complaining and asking questions on various social media platforms, other complaint forums and even Jan Rybar, a journalist and photographer has addressed this issue.
Apple needs to find a solution to the problem for their claims are not working and customers are complaining that the company is not paying enough attention and is not doing much to rectify the errors. Reports have been saying for quite some time now that Apple’s popularity is not what is used to be and if the company cannot get rid of these features with are lessening the quality that is promised then it will truly make things worse.