In the second beta of iOS 14.4 for public developers and testers, MacRumors found a code that indicates the imminent introduction of a new warning on iPhones using non-genuine camera components.
The message reads: “Unable to verify the presence of an original Apple camera on this iPhone “ and will serve for warn users who take their iPhones to unauthorized service centers. The message will appear in both Settings> General> About that via push notification.
Just like with non-original displays, even for components of the camera not supplied by Apple the message will serve only as a warning, but will not prevent proper use of the camera. In the future, perhaps along with the public release of iOS 14.4, Apple could publish a support page to emphasize the importance of relying on authorized service centers and using only original components also for the camera.
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