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How To Fix Blurry Videos And Pictures On Apple iPhone 10

Posted by Sam Summers on October 3, 2018

The new product from Apple which is the iPhone 10 is considered to be among the best smartphones in the world right now. It’s really an amazing piece of technology that you should consider checking out especially if you belong to the Apple ecosystem.
But I hate to break it to you, the iPhone 10 has its problems too, just like any other smartphone we’ve seen, one of the minor issues that some users have been complaining about is that the camera of the iPhone 10 always produce blurry and fuzzy pictures whenever they use it to capture.
I’m a fan of pictures, I love photography, I love capturing moments, and it can be very troubling and annoying when I capture a good shot, and it comes blurry. In this article, I will be explaining how you can solve the blurry pictures and videos that you see on your iPhone 10.
You do not need to be upset about this, there will always be more pictures to take, and if you will to fix the blurry picture quality, the first thing you should check is the protective plastic foil that was placed on the camera lens, it’s possible that you forgot to remove the protective foil when you bought your iPhone 10. This is one of the reasons for blurry pictures on iPhone 10.

How to Fix Fuzzy Images and Videos on iPhone 10

If you are sure that there is no protective casing on the camera lens, then you can use the guidelines below to fix the blurry images and videos on iPhone 10

  1. Power on your iPhone 10
  2. Locate the Settings icon and click it
  3. Choose General
  4. Choose Reset
  5. Provide your Apple ID Username
  6. Provide your Apple ID Password
  7. Then your iPhone 10 will restart, and the issue will be fixed

Once you’ve done that, try to take pictures or record videos with your iPhone 10 and see if the issue has been fixed. If the blurry issue persists, I will suggest that you contact a certified Apple technician to help you look into it and fix the fuzzy images that you are receiving on your iPhone 10.