iPhone 13 may not work with Face ID if you ask a third-party repair company to repair the screen

Phone Repair Guru, a YouTube channel that publishes a video about repairing smartphones, reports that 'Face ID will not work on the iPhone 13 series if you ask a third-party repair shop to repair the display.'

Face ID stops working if you replace the iPhone 13 screen with third-party repair [Video] ―― 9to5Mac

Apple Did It Again ... iPhone 13 Screwed 3rd Party Repair ... --YouTube

According to Phone Repair Guru, it's easy to replace and repair some display components on the iPhone 13 series, but if you need to replace and repair the entire display, you'll need to use Apple's official repair service to get face recognition. Face ID will not work. Phone Repair Guru lists microphones, ambient light sensors, proximity sensors, etc. as parts that can be repaired by third-party repairers.

On the other hand, if you replace the entire display, you will receive a notification from the settings app on the screen.

When you unlock it, you'll see a message titled 'Important Display Message' that says 'We can't verify that this iPhone has a genuine Apple display.' When you tap 'Learn More' ...

A message that it cannot be confirmed that it is a genuine Apple display even on the setting application.

And when this message is displayed, Face ID seems to stop working.

Phone Repair Guru says there is a workaround to make the replaced display work with a chip, but 'most repair shops wouldn't do this because it's too complicated.'

Apple has long been involved in a controversy over the right to repair , but it's clear that the display repair issues that have become apparent make it difficult for iPhone users to repair their devices on their own.

in Mobile,   Hardware,   Video, Posted by logu_ii