With the introduction and launch of the iPhone 13 series to the global market, new information about the amazing technologies used in these gadgets is heard every day. A YouTuber has claimed that the iPhone 13's face recognition feature is disabled by unauthorized replacement of its display. But when a user needs to change the display, they should probably go to an authorized Apple dealer to fix the problem with their phone's face recognition sensor.
This YouTuber shows that when components like the light sensor You replace the environment, heat sensor and microphone of an iPhone, all its components work as expected. But when you replace your iPhone 13 display with a new one, the iPhone 13 face recognition sensor automatically shuts down.
According to recent reports from the YouTube channel Phone Repair Guru, there are several solutions, such as moving some chips to a new display to reactivate the face recognition sensor, but most mobile repair shops do not do this because it is too complicated and It's difficult.
Apple is currently in the midst of a controversy over the licensing law for repairing its phones, and this is causing users to turn to unauthorized dealers to repair their iPhones.Joanna Stern, an American journalist, published an article last month showing how hard it is to repair a book that has fallen into the water. That's why Apple offered him to buy a new MacBook. But regardless of this offer, he was able to repair one of his MacBooks at a reasonable price by going to an unauthorized repair shop.
Now we have to wait and see if Apple repairs the iPhone 13 by offering updates. Makes it easier for unauthorized repair centers, or this time Apple users should be more careful about their new devices.