In this guide checkout how you can fix ‘Flash is Disabled’ iPhone 7 Plus error which has hit the phone recently.

The Samsung Galaxy S7 and iPhone 7 are expensive smartphones. The iPhone 7 Plus Jet Black costs nothing less than $850. After paying such a hefty price, you expected them to perform with nothing less than 99% accuracy. But looks like it’s not the case with iPhone 7 Plus, as several owners have complained iPhone 7+ camera misbehavior as it shows a black screen of death problem or sometime flashing purple/green or white lights.Flash is Disabled iPhone 7 Plus Error

With the dual camera setup on rear side, the Apple iPhone 7 Plus was supposed to be the ‘Best iPhone camera phone‘ ever made. But this time Apple is into headlines for the wrong reasons. People are complaining of faulty iPhone 7 Plus units shipped to them. Many are seeing their new iPhone 7+ camera welcoming them bugs. Here’s what you should do in order to Fix ‘Flash is Disabled’ iPhone 7 Plus camera error.

Flash is Disabled iPhone 7 Plus Error

The error reads as follows –

Flash is Disabled : The iPhone needs to cool down before you can use the flash.

The complete screenshot is shown below –

Apple iPhone 7 Plus camera error

In most cases, as a general user, you will think that your smartphone is heated and needs time to cool down. Common! We aren’t living in a 19th or 20th century. Indeed, it happens to be iPhone 7 Plus camera glitch, possibly the biggest hardware glitch in Apple history.

A Solution

As I was welcomed with this error, I thought that it’s a normal random iPhone issue and tapped on OK when the error message popped up. In many cases this works as your iPhone 7 Plus will be back to normal.

If it doesn’t then reopen the camera app after force-closing it.

Even try restarting your phone.

Read the following official Apple Support guide on how to fix iPhone camera problems.

90% of cases that should solve your problem.

If the problem still persists, then contact Apple Support on Twitter or reached any of the authorized Apple service center near your location.

Permanent Solution

There is nothing to panic as if this happens to be a hardware glitch then Apple will replace your device with a new one. You can even ask them to refund your money.