In this guide checkout how you can fix Flash is Disabled iPhone 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.
With the dual camera setup on the 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 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 –
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.
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.
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.
This post was last modified on September 25, 2018 9:13 AM