iPhone 13 phones started reaching users at the end of last September, and Apple sent all phone models together.
Unusually, models were launched at different times of the year, so manufacturing problems began to appear in different models.
The problems that have surfaced so far are not a strong reason for users to stay away from buying the iPhone 13.
They are considered minor manufacturing problems and do not significantly affect the performance of the phone or make it unable to work.
ProMotion not working with some apps on iPhone 13
Apple added the ProMotion feature for the first time to its smartphones, as Apple phones have a refresh rate of up to 120 Hz.
This feature remains exclusive to the Pro and Pro Max models, so this issue is starting to appear.
This issue occurs because some apps are running at 120Hz refresh rate but displaying their transition effects at 60fps.
The effects of transition and application appear unpleasant and uncomfortable to the eye because of this difference in refresh rates.
There is nothing you can do to stop this problem, as Apple promises to release a new update that will solve it as soon as possible.
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Unlocking the phone via the Apple Watch does not work with some models
Apple recently made available a feature for its smartwatch users that allows them to unlock phones through the watch.
And this is in response to the annoyance of some about the inability to unlock the phone using a face print when wearing protective masks.
This feature has stopped with some iPhone 13 phones, but Apple released the iOS 15.01 update to solve this problem.
You must also download the new update for WatchOS 8 in order for this feature to work again.
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The touch screen is unresponsive on some phone models.
Some users across various internet forums have talked about an issue with them, where the phones do not respond to touch and you need to repeat the command more than once for the phone to respond to it.
This problem appears in various parts of the system, specifically in the upper parts of the screen.
Some iPhone 12 users have reported this issue as well, so it seems to be a system issue, and we should wait for a proper update to be released to resolve it.
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iPhone 13 Pro camera switches from normal to ultra wide automatically
It cannot be said that this is a real problem or a bug in the phone’s software system, as Apple launched this feature to help users photograph.
But a large part of phone users did not like this feature, as the camera switches to the ultra-wide lens automatically without pressing the phone buttons.
Apple promises to release an update that will allow users to turn off this feature, to give them more control over the phone.
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