Problems with the iOS 14 system: Here's how to fix the most common iPhone failures
Problems with the iOS 14 system could ruin Apple's original beautiful iPhone software upgrade, and this article is designed to help you fix bugs and glitches in your iOS 14 system.
WiFi outages, low battery life and automatic reset settings are the most commonly talked about issues in iOS 14 systems, according to iPhone users. Fortunately, Apple's iOS 14.0.1 update fixes most of the issues.
Problems with operating system upgrades are not new - iOS 14 has been reported since the beta release, and while some bugs have been resolved, there are still some annoying issues. Most problems, though not serious, are annoying: because many people use WiFi to avoid high data costs, it's annoying to disconnect WiFi frequently.
Below, we'll explain the main issues with iOS 14 and the fixes we've found so far. Many solutions involve updating to the latest version of iOS;
To upgrade to the latest version, click Set up Universal Software Update Download and Install, and when the options become available, click Install Now.
iOS 14 is a great upgrade and worth a try. For some, however, it has some flaws, such as unpredictable battery life and WiFi disconnection.
Your iPhone can't download iOS 14
Technically, you haven't used iOS 14 yet, which is a problem. If you have an iPhone compatible with IOS 14, you should be able to get the latest software upgrades. Make sure your iPhone is an iPhone 6S series or updated.
You also need enough space on your device to download iOS 14, and the battery needs to be recharged. It's a good idea to install iOS 14 when your iPhone is plugged in. If you have previously tested the beta version, remove that version of the software from the Settings Universal profile.
iOS 14 desktop widding cannot be added or edited
iOS 14 desktop widding is the highlight of this iPhone update, but you may find it difficult to add or edit desktop widding. This is, of course, a problem with iOS 14.
When you click on the icon in the upper right corner (in jitter mode), the new app you download may not allow you to add team pieces.
The problem is resolved: Although we won't think this issue has been fully resolved until Apple releases an update to fix a known gadget failure, we've found a quick fix: If you open the app and use it, then close it, and click on the plus icon, you may find that it's already in the groupware list.
iOS 14 can't play YouTube in 4K or picture-in-picture
One of the great benefits of the iOS 14 update is that even if you exit the video app, you can play the video in a small rectangular corner window. It's called picture-in-picture and can be used by apps including FaceTime, so you can browse other apps, such as email or Safari, while video chat, without pausing the video.
Picture-in-picture does work on YouTube, but if you're not signed in to your YouTube Red account (or subscribe to Google's paid ad-free service), you'll have iOS 14 issues. The same applies to 4K video on the iPhone - iOS 14 won't work on this particular app unless you're a paid subscriber.
Disconnected from WiFi - resolved
MacWorld notes that a large number of users have complained on social media and forums about losing WiFi after upgrading to iOS 14. Some point out that when they lock the screen and put the iPhone in sleep mode, their connection is disconnected, like a user on an Apple forum who claims to need to manually reconnect to WiFi.
The problem has been resolved: Apple has introduced a new operating system update, iOS 14.0.1, designed to fix an issue that prevents the iPhone from connecting to a WiFi network. You want this particular issue to be included in the fix.
Restoring the switched mail and browser default application after reset - resolved
One of the most exciting new features of iOS 14 is the ability to set third-party apps as the default mail and Internet browser for iPhones. But in the original version, some users found that after resetting their phone, their mail and browser apps defaulted to factory settings - Mail and Safari, respectively.
Problem resolved: Operating system update iOS 14.0.1 explicitly includes a fix for this issue, so you hope that users who already have this issue will no longer be bothered.
Apple's news window "headlines" show blanks -- fixed
Some users set up gadgets for Apple News, but found that the "headlines" section of Apple News appeared blank, while others filled in. The problem also appears in other widgets, including weather and music.
Resolved: Apple explicitly added a specific fix to this issue in iOS 14.0.01, which was fixed one week after iOS 14 was released. It is not clear whether this will also solve the problems in other components.
The iPhone 7 camera viewfinder displays a black screen - resolved
iPhone 7 users are experiencing a problem, and the viewfinder for the camera app is completely black. There are reports that opening the viewfinder on Snapchat or Instagram can lead to similar black screens. It's unclear whether this only affects iPhone 7 users, or whether other iPhones have also been affected.
Problem resolved: This issue is said to have been fixed in an emergency iOS 14.0.1 update that specifically provides a solution to the problem.
Battery consumption is faster
Some users reported that after installing iOS 14, their battery power was consumed at an alarming rate.
Although it's not clear if iOS 14 is causing the iPhone to suffer faster battery losses, some users often experience this problem when installing a new version of iOS. When upgrading to a new version of the operating system, users' iPhones re-index their files and apps so they can find them faster and more efficiently. In other words, this battery consumption may only be temporary until your iPhone is used to new updates.
If the battery continues to lose, there are other things to watch out for -- checking if it loses capacity over time. Go to Set up battery health to check if your battery has deteriorated.
If so, or if you want to extend battery life, Apple recommends a number of ways to do this, such as turning off the screen's auto brightness (setting universal accessibility display adjustment) and manually setting it low. You can also turn off app refresh in the background (set universal background app refresh) and close in-app location services (set private location service). Finally, you can easily turn off these features by switching to low-power mode (setting up the battery).
Receive a message from an app warning you that your iPhone has escaped jailbreak. Don't worry - your application may not have been fully updated to iOS 14 and the new operating system may not be recognized as an official update. Give the developer time and, if possible, install the next update to the application, or if you still receive an error message, contact them and tell them about the issue.
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