Many people choose iPhone because of its camera and especially, the pixel focus is something you only find in DSLR cameras. However, some iPhone users have recently complained that their iPhone cannot autofocus in a close-up shot. So, follow this post to know how to fix camera not focusing issues on your iPhone
How To Fix iPhone Camera Not Focusing Issue
Here are some methods you can try to fix your iPhone’s camera not focusing.
Method 1: Tap on your iPhone
Using your hand’s palm, and touch the iPhone’s top. It’s an easy solution for many iPhone users.
Method 2: Push and grip the camera button
Keep holding your iPhone camera button until you see the camera focus on a point. After that, release the button if the image appears clear.
Method 3: Remove the iPhone case
Sometimes, the case of your iPhone prevents the camera from focusing and can make images blurry. You should take the case off while you’re using the camera to capture pictures and videos.
If you are still unable to fix your iPhone Camera not focusing issue, here are other available fixes.
Long-press the Power and Home (on iPhone 7/7 Plus is Power + Volume Down) buttons until you see the Apple logo on the screen. Once your iPhone has rebooted, check your camera if the focus issue already works normally.
This issue might also come from the iOS system. Resetting your iPhone to factory reset might fix the issue.
- Before performing a reset, remember to back up your iPhone via iCloud or iTunes.
- Go to Settings -> General -> Reset -> tap on Erase All Content and Settings.
If this problem is created due to the iOS update, you should downgrade your iPhone to the lower version. You can either do it yourself or bring your device to any Apple care.