How to Fix Camera Icon Missing on iPhone after iOS update? iPhone, iPad

Apple iPhone Camera is optical instruments to shoot live Photos (iPhone XS Max, XS, XS, X, iPhone 8 (Plus), iPhone 7/ 7Plus, iPhone 6S/ 6S Plus), Slo motions, Panorama, Portrait mode (iPhone 7 Plus), and more. Therefore, we can’t stay without touching that in a day. Therefore, Camera Icon Missing on iPhone makes unhappy. iPhone Camera operates by built-in App, and camera icon unable to delete.

Perhaps it can be moved to delete Camera App on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. Even though, there are a lot of users faced that the after upgrade iOS Camera Icon Missing on iPhone? Indeed, Camera App is gone on control center as well as Home screen as well as you may try Siri Spotlight Search to navigate Camera App. Probably, accidentally camera app icon disappeared. Don’t worry.

Here I’m giving you tricks that would fix your problems like Pro. You don’t need to move around, Just go with following steps carefully and Unhide your accidentally hide iPhone camera App icon. Also, fix iPhone camera black screen issue and get started to shoot more beautiful pictures as like before you did.

Clues to Fix Camera Icon Missing on iPhone in iOS? 

Fix Camera Icon Missing on iPhone in iOS 10 on iPhone 7 Plus iPhone 6S

Fix #1. Is your Camera icon missing on iOS device Control Center?

You guy, in iOS 11 or later Control Center is customizable, therefore, you can add and remove Camera and other additional controls from the Control Center. So read this guide – how to Customize Control Center iOS. And get back your camera icon on your iDevice.

Fix #2. Make Sure Camera icon restriction off

1. first of all, launch the Settings App (looks like Gear icon) on your iPhone home screen.


Now, in iOS 12 or later – Restrictions settings has been moved into the Screen Time feature. Here’s how to use restrictions in ioS 12 or later


2. Navigate General tab.

iPhone 7 plus restrictions settings iOS 10 to unhide missing camera app iconiPhone 7 plus restrictions settings iOS 10 to unhide camera app icon control center

3. Scroll down the screen and Hit Restrictions. You’ll be asked for entering 4-digit Restrictions Passcode. (Keep Remember – Restrictions Passcode and iPhone Screen unlocked passcode both to be different.)

4. Now under the Allow tab Turn toggle next to the Camera app ON/Green.

Now click on home button and go back to home screen. Finally, your disappeared iPhone camera app icon again as like you use before.

How to disable camera app restrictions in iPhone iOS 10

If Restrictions not working in your case, please you should

Fix #3. Reset Home Screen layout on your iPhone

This way is especially relevant and helpful to arrange all apps icons like as factory default. And get camera app icon on the first screen of your iPhone.

Settings > General > Reset > Reset Home Screen Layout.

Above same steps through, you can get back your missing Safari browser icon, Siri & Dictation, FaceTime (Apple’s face-to-face video calling app), missing AirDrop iOS,  iTunes Store icon, iBooks Store, News App. Podcast and to get Missing CarPlay back.

Read more: How to use restrictions on iPhone 

Please, guys, drop your feedback and share with us, which way from above fixed your Camera Icon Missing on iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch. we expected, Apple will be bringing passcode for hiding Photos and camera app in iOS.

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  1. Finding Camera Icon: Reset of main screen layout resulted in Camera Icon reappearing.

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