Tag: Temperature

iPhone 'Flash is disabled' Camera error

How To Fix The ‘Flash Is Disabled’ iPhone Error

If you browse this article you’ve obviously just been prompted with the “Flash is Disabled” prompt while opening the stock iOS Camera app. The text of the notification informs you that “The iPhone needs to cool down before you can use the flash.” It actually means what it says. You either exposed your iPhone to…




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How To Fix Unresponsive iPhone X Screen Caused By Cold Temperatures

Last updated on November 16th, 2017 at 09:56 pm Is your brand new iPhone X not responding to taps and slides when you operate it in cold temperatures? Believe it or not, you’re not a the only one experiencing these problems. It seems that the 4-figure costly Apple flagships doesn’t like sudden temperature changes. A…




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How To Recalibrate The iPhone Battery

If your iPhone’s battery percentage indicator starts acting funny, it means that your device’s power source has lost its compass. This usually happens when the iOS device spends an increased amount of time in extreme temperatures. If you’re out in the cold and the iPhone is exposed to it, the battery might experience a sudden…




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Apple Watch Temperature Warning Screen

If an iPhone can be described as a mini-computer, the Apple Watch surly is a micro-gadget. As with any piece of technology, both gadgets come with optimal temperature operating ranges. If the regular desktop computers are equipped with fans, which cool them down when they overheat, the mobile devices don’t afford the luxury of storing…




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iPhone Freezing Temperatures Hibernation and iOS Bug

Last updated on January 11th, 2017 at 11:05 pm There are an increasing number of reports, from iPhone users, complaining about the fact that their devices are more vulnerable than expected, when exposed to freezing temperatures. The already described iOS extreme temperature hibernation mode, basically locks your iPhone and allows only emergency calls. It’s triggered…