iOS 14.3 update disrupts wireless chargers!


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What is iOS 14.3 wireless charging problem? iPhone owners who installed the iOS 14.3 update are unable to use third-party wireless chargers.

iOS 14.3 update disrupts wireless chargers!

Apple’s latest update is back on the agenda with iOS 14.3 wireless charging issue. Users who had battery issues in the previous iOS 14.2 update now say they are unable to use third-party wireless chargers.

The iOS 14.3 update, which Apple started to distribute in recent weeks, seemed to be fine. But now several users are complaining online about an issue involving some third-party wireless chargers.

Apple announced iOS 14.3 in mid-December. This version; Apple Fitness + has focused on bringing a host of key news for AirPods Max support and a variety of services and apps currently available in iOS 14.

Apple also stated that it will fix some problems that were detected and accumulated in previous versions with this version. It would specifically address an issue with wireless charging not working perfectly. However, the update is not going as expected.

What is iOS 14.3 wireless charging problem?

According to some users who made the iOS 14.3 update, many problems including wireless charging have been resolved. But some users point to a new problem with iPhone charging.

This issue only affects third-party wireless chargers. So far, there has been no official statement from Apple on this issue, and it remains unclear whether a fix will be released for this problem. Third-party wireless charging issues may not fall within Apple’s interest.

In any case, it’s worth remembering that not all third-party chargers stop working, some certain models do.

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A few days after the iPhone 12 was released, MagSafe’s charging stations came to the fore, making it the first choice among a large number of third-party magnetic wireless charging accessories.

Also earlier this month, it was reported that the iOS 14.2 update caused some power consumption issues. While new details continue to emerge about the battery drain issue on the iPhone, users have confirmed that the battery problems started after installing the iOS 14.2 update.

Some users stated that the smartphone battery suffers between 20 percent and 40 percent loss overnight. Reports that came with the iOS 14.2 update showed that iPhones could drop to 50 percent in just 30 minutes of use. We’ll see if Apple has addressed this issue in the new update in the coming days.


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