iPhone 7 Plus Cameras Are Dying
iPhone 7 Plus Cameras Are Dying

Recently, many users reported that their iPhone 7 Plus have a serious problem in the camera that prevents it from being used. When launching the application, the screen turns black, not displaying any image.

iPhone 7 Plus Cameras Are Dying

When Apple introduced the iPhone 7, saved for the Plus model something different and special. This was the first model, and so far the only one, to have a double camera. This feature makes this model the most suitable for photography and this has been recognized.

But according to complaints from many users, the iPhone 7 Plus will have a serious problem in the camera that prevents it from being used. When launching the application the screen turns black, not displaying any image.

More and more users of the iPhone 7 Plus that are complaining about a new problem in this device. From what is described, when launching the camera application, no image is displayed, implying that it is not sending the image to the screen. This prevents the camera from being used to take any picture or shoot any video.

Several other users report that sometimes the image appears but is constantly blinking green or pink, preventing it from being used.

According to all the information shared, many understand that this will not be a software problem because Apple is replacing the device or just the camera modules, indicating in the reports that this is a hardware problem.

However, according to the information provided in the complaints, this problem seems to be limited to a small group of devices, but it is not yet clear if there are problems on other iPhones.

A first theory, which is gaining strength, indicates that the problem will be in one of the cables connecting the camera module of the iPhone 7 Plus to the rest of the device. The lack of image or the blink of just a few colors seems to be consistent with problems in these cables, where only part of the images is passed.

Apple has not yet recognized this problem in iPhone 7 Plus and has not presented a solution for it. For now, they are only replacing the device if required or the camera modules, thus ensuring that the device becomes functional.



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