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Apple Addresses iPhone 14 Issue With Software Update: Reports






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Apple Music Sing is a new feature that will allow its new subscribers to filter out the vocals of whatever song you’re listening to and only play the instrumental.
Apple is reportedly releasing a new software update that will fix an issue that causes flickering horizontal lines on the displays of some iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max models.
According to Forbes, iOS 16.3 release candidate is now available, and tests show that it fixes the issue and adds significant new functionality.
The outlet previously cited an internal memo confirming that the tech giant was working on the issue and that “a software update will be coming soon that will resolve the issue.”
MacRumors reported on January 13 that Apple’s memo said that customers may “report that when they turn on or unlock their phone, they briefly see horizontal lines flashing across the screen.”
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An attendee holds a new iPhone Pro during a new product launch event at Apple Park in Cupertino, California on September 7, 2022. ((Photo by BRITTANY HOSEA-SMALL/AFP via Getty Images))
Images shared by the site showed the thin glowing horizontal lines against the black screen.
Other issues with the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max have been reported, and Forbes reported on Wednesday that iOS 16.3 is expected to arrive next week.
The Apple iPhone 14 Pro Max for sale in the company’s store on Fifth Avenue in New York on Friday, September 16, 2022. (Photographer: Jeenah Moon/Bloomberg via Getty Images)
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While the timing of the launch remains uncertain, Apple announced earlier in the week that the second-generation HomePod would be available starting February 3.
An Apple associate holds one of the new iPhone Pros during a new product launch event at Apple Park in Cupertino, California on September 7, 2022. ((Photo by BRITTANY HOSEA-SMALL/AFP via Getty Images))
That product is compatible with iPhone SE and later or iPhone 8 and later with iOS 16.3 or later.
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Julia Musto is a reporter for Fox News and Fox Business Digital.
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Deidre Richardson is a tech enthusiast who loves to cover the latest news on smartphones, tablets, and mobile devices. A graduate of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (BA, History/Music), you can always find her sporting her Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and LG Nexus 5 on a regular basis.


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