iOS is already reporting non-original batteries and displays, and it now appears that iOS 14.4 will be adding non-original cameras to the list.
According to reports from MacRumors and confirmed by ZDNet, the developer iOS 14.4 beta 2 now generates an error message when it detects a non-original camera mounted on an iPhone.
The message, which reads “Unable to verify that this iPhone has an original Apple camera”, can be ignored and does not appear to affect the use or operation of the camera.
This appears to be a step further (or backward) from Apple, as it continues its fight against user-serviceable iPhones.
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Interestingly, according to the iFixit technical repair site, the cameras can now be swapped between iPhone 12 units without any issues. However, before we start celebrating it, iFixit believes Apple will soon begin reporting any camera replacements they have …
- According to this source iOS 14.4 kicks off the crackdown on non-genuine iPhone cameras
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