Approved a company Apple says iPhone 12 models are experiencing wireless charging issues with Qi-certified chargers.
He explains Technical support For the company it is working to fix the wireless charging issue that a number of owners face when using approved chargers.
One user said, describing the problem: You can charge it wirelessly well one day, but it won’t charge the next day, and you need to restart the device in order to charge it again, and there are 700 people who have the same problem on Apple’s forums.
In response to the user’s words, a support service executive confirmed that the company is aware of the problem and is working on a solution in the coming days.
And it seems that the wireless charging problem applies to a variety of different charging pads and stands, and restarting the phone fixes the problem for a while, but it always returns within a day or two.
And the iPhone 12 wireless charging issue will likely be fixed in an upcoming iOS update.
Apple is often praised for the quality of its hardware, but its software is not always like that, and bugs cannot be avoided, especially in the early days of a new release, and iOS 14 had its share of problems in the weeks following its launch in September.
Separately, in the past month some users have complained about screen issues, and it appears that Apple is working on a fix.
According to a new report, there is an internal document showing that Apple has acknowledged the problem with some iPhone 12 screens displaying flickering, green or gray glow, or other unintended lighting differences under some circumstances.
The report claims that the document, which was shared with Apple Authorized Service Providers this week, shows that Apple says it is aware of customer reports related to this issue and is investigating the matter.
Meanwhile, some users of the new iPhone 12 series are complaining that they are facing network connectivity issues, and cannot connect to 4G networks.
Users have also reported problems connecting to 5G networks in some countries.
Affected users took to the official Apple forum to highlight the issue. One user stated that he was forced to use the internet hotspot from his Samsung phone to operate the new iPhone 12.