One of the best things when it comes to Apple iPhone lies in its ability to shoot stunning images. This year, Apple welcomed three new iPhone models, including iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X, with a lot of camera improvements. However, that doesn’t mean everything works flawlessly.
We have heard a lot of complaints from iPhone owners that camera fails to focus properly while trying to take photos. If you are one of those users who are facing the issue, this article will walks you through the steps to fix Autofocus issue on your iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X.
Before we begin, make sure you now have the latest version of iOS on your device. If you are not sure, open Settings from your home screen, scroll down a little and tap General. After that, select Software Update and install any available updates.
How to fix autofocus issue on your iPhone 8, iPhone 8 Plus, and iPhone X
Apple has acknowledged the issue and the Cupertino company has recently released iOS 11.2.1. The new update includes fix for the autofocus issue. We recommend you update your device to fix the issue. Here is how.
Step one: First off, open the Settings app on your iPhone 8/iPhone 8 Plus/iPhone X. Scroll down a little bit and hit General
Step two: Once you are in, hit Software Update and tap on Download and Install. The process may take a while depending on your internet connection (your iPhone may reboot several times during the process).
Note that make sure your iPhone is now at more than 50 percent charged and has a stable internet connection.
If you don’t want to update your device, you can downgrade back to iOS iOS 11.1.2. We recommend you make a full backup of your device in case something goes wrong during your process.
Also read: How to pair Apple Watch with your iPhone X
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