It seems that many users are experiencing major problems with the iPhone 14 Pro while using it in the car. It seems that CarPlay prevents you from making and / or receiving phone calls. What is happening?
After the debut of the new Apple iPhone phones a few days ago, many customers have started experiencing a series of embarrassing bugs. We mention the camera which, when started from external apps, tends to shake like crazy and more. Now many owners of a top Apple device have reported a problem that prevents them from being listened to at an adequate volume via CarPlay.
iPhone 14 Pro and CarPlay: What Happens?
Tech forums are filled with reports of people complaining about Cupertino’s new flagships. Just take a look at MacRumors, Reddit, Twitter and the Apple Community to understand. Many people claim that after calling a person via CarPlay with the new iPhone 14 Pro or 14 Pro Max, their voice was low in the interlocutor’s ears.
The reports and problems come from users with an iPhone 14 Pro or 14 Pro Max with iOS 16.0.1 but with the new update to iOS 16.0.2 things should improve… or at least we hope so.
The MacRumors portal has thoroughly investigated the story and carried out a test with a 2022 Honda Civic associated with an iPhone with iOS 16.0.2. The problem does not occur if you make a classic Bluetooth hands-free call from the car.
We do not know what the extent of this bug is, but one thing is certain: the software problems with the new devices are so many this year. We hope for a fix update.
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