Apple released an iOS update yesterday morning for its users. This update will fix a few issues such as the camera problem some iPhone X, iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus users have been experiencing since the release of iOS 11.2.
For those who are affected by the camera issue will be glad to know that iOS 11.2.1 will fix this issue. Unfortunately, some users have noticed that their camera is unable to focus properly when taking pictures. The camera either switches continuously between the two lenses of the iPhone X and 8 Plus or won’t focus at all. Users have tried to restart, reset and change the camera settings but were unable to fix the issue.
In addition to the camera being fixed, the update also enables remote access for shared users of the Home app, which Apple removed last week in order to fix a major issue with HomeKit.
If you want to upgrade to iOS 11.2.1, you can do so by going to Settings > General > Software Update. However, if you’re experiencing this issue and you’re not ready to update to iOS 11.2.1, some users have reported that downgrading to iOS 11.1.2 has also fixed the camera issue. You can downgrade by following the instructions over at iPhonehacks.