Every Apple iPhone is innovative, there’s no doubt about that. Yet, there’s one problem with the models – they’re incredibly complicated to repair. Thankfully, this new iPhone 14 hidden feature revolutionizes home repairs for new iOS smartphones!
New iPhone 14 Hidden Feature
Upon debuting on the market, many tech fans were wondering what else Apple could improve on with the iPhone 14. When it comes to iPhones, there are plenty of features that fascinate users, including outstanding design and incredible cameras. Even after buying an iPhone 14, though, there’s one hidden feature that even the most avid fans are likely to miss! In fact, it’s hidden deep inside the phone, and Apple didn’t mention the upgrade during the launch event.
So, what is it and why did the company make sure to hide it so well? You see, Apple products are known to be difficult to repair at home because iPhones and iPads are usually bonded together from the inside with special screws and glue. Even if you happen to be a genius repair guru who can replace the cracked screen or back panel, it’s still important to update the serial number. Otherwise, the screen can lose its auto brightness and ambient light adjustment features. That said, the only way to replace a cracked screen is to pay for an authorized repair by Apple’s technicians or rent a specialized connector to update the screen from Apple itself.
Before revealing the hidden feature, big publications like The Verge assumed that the launch was nothing special: “The iPhone 13, which came out a year ago and Apple is still selling, is nearly identical to the 14.” But it turns out that it’s not so similar to iPhone 13 after all. When digging deeper into the iPhone 14, technicians found that it’s radically different from all other variants — it’s much easier to repair! In the last six years, it’s been the best change to iPhone’s internal composition.
Tricked Every Tech Fan
Phone repair businesses and home repair fans are ecstatic about the upgrade. Now, both the screen and the back panel are easier to remove with no old glue in the way. So, a cracked screen or glass back — both of which are relatively common — isn’t such a big deal anymore. In addition, you don’t have to take apart the whole phone to replace a scratched camera lens. “These changes to the iPhone will help it last longer and reduce its overall impact on the planet,” said iFixit.”With any luck, it will inspire other manufacturers to follow suit.”
“I think the iPhone 14 screen and back glass are now even more repairable than on most Android phones, which is something I never thought I would say,” said Zack Nelson of JerryRigEverything.
Despite the whole rearrangement, keep in mind that Apple still wants users to buy more of its products. So, replacing your iPhone 14 screen will still require a serial number update in the end. Otherwise, a few features will be missing.