Apple’s iOS detects when an iPhone uses non-genuine batteries and displays. With iOS 14.4, Apple will add the ability to detect non-genuine cameras on iPhone, according to a recent report. The feature was spotted in an iOS 14.4 developer beta and generates a message that says “Can’t verify this iPhone has a genuine Apple camera.” The error, however, does not affect the use or operation of the camera on an iPhone.
The development was identified in a MacRumours report and subsequently verified by ZDNet. It says the error appears in iOS 14.4 Developer Beta 2 and does not affect the use of the camera on an iPhone. This appears to be another step forward by Apple in its fight against user-serviceable iPhones. The popular iFixit teardown channel had previously claimed that cameras can be swapped between iPhone 12 units without any issues. However, the outlet said Apple will soon begin reporting any camera replacements that weren’t followed by Apple’s execution …
- According to this source Apple warns users of detection of a third-party or non-genuine camera with iOS 14.4
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