How to Fix iPhone XS Max Camera Blurry issue & Out Of Focus: Front & Back Camera

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What if when you go on a trip, and your iPhone XS Max fails to click pictures? That will be very disappointing, after spending this much money we end with iPhone XS Max camera lens blurry issue. Sometimes we face this heartbreaking moment because of our own blunder. This tutorial is all about how to fix iPhone XS Max blurry camera screen.

Apparently, we have mentioned all the conditions that caused the iPhone XS Max camera not working in this post. Head over to the how to fix iPhone XS Camera lens blurry issue. Sometimes iPhone camera is not focusing object that appeare on iPhone’s camera, that’s why you get blurry picture while you launch app from lock screen, Home screen or from control center.

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Troubleshooting tips to fix iPhone XS Max with Blurry Camera problems

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Solution 1: Dirty External Lens

After a long time the lens might get dirty or in case if your iPhone had survived the dusty area, at that time you will find iPhone XS Max with the blurry camera. Dirt, smudges or dust can be a reason behind this camera issue in iPhone XS Max. Because of this camera won’t be able to detect the object and it fails while focusing. However the first idea came to our mind is that let me clean the dirt with a finger, but it is not a right choice you must prefer soft cloth to clean the camera lens of iPhone XS Max.

You are not satisfied with your iPhone’s camera performance. Try External iPhone XS Max Camera lens.


Check the Below camera and Other settings

Storage is an issue: Storage is not enough to capture and Save HD photos on your iPhone. At that time your iPhone will take & Save the optimised version of the photo. That means you feels resold like blurry.

Disable Reduce White point: Check out this settings on your iphone and test your camera what is the different in your case. I felt a big difference last time.

Go to the Settings app > General > Accessibility > Display Accommodations > Disable Reduce White point.

A battery is too low and Low power mode is turned on: Plug your iPhone to charge or Connect your iPhone to the External power source like iPhone Power bank.


Solution 2: Remove the case

Eventually, some of the defective cases creates so many problems for you like this. So look at the case or remove it for once and use the camera and see if the lens is working properly or not.


Solution 3: Help your iPhone to focus

Usually, the iPhone XS Max is capable of autofocusing but since you are facing blurry camera issue in iPhone XS Max, help the iPhone to focus. To do so, you have to open the camera app and point the camera towards the object and tap on the screen. Once you tap on the camera screen, it will recognize the object.


Solution 4: Re-launch the Camera app

Still, if your iPhone XS Max camera is blurry then try this troubleshoot. If there is any temporary software bug interrupting the camera of iPhone, it will be fixed once you force close and re-launch the camera app.

Step #1: Swipe up from the bottom of the screen and pause.

Step #2: Now, you will see the background running apps. Close them by swipe up on particular app.


Solution 5: Force Restart iPhone

For some users re-launching of camera didn’t work, so now all you can do is force restart the iPhone. The system reboot might fix all the bugs of iPhone.

Step #1: Press and release the Volume Up button.

Step #2: Press and release the Volume Down button.

Step #3: Press and hold the Side button until you see the Apple logo on the screen.


Solution 6: DFU Restore

If still, the iPhone XS Max camera lens is blurry then you might want to try this potential solution to get rid of that weird issue. For precaution, you must take backup of your device in order to avoid data loss. Here’s how to perform DFU restore in iPhone XS Max.

Watch the video or Read the steps in below,

Step #1: Close all the apps in your PC and launch iTunes.

Step #2: Turn off the iPhone.

Step #3: Connect the iPhone to the PC.

Step #4: Hold down the Side button for 3 seconds.

Step #5: Next, press and hold Volume Down button and do not lift a finger from Side button. Press both Volume down button and Side button for 10 seconds. If you see Apple logo on screen, then repeat the step 4 and 5.

Step #6: Continue holding the Volume down button for more 5 seconds. If you see Plug in iTunes type of screen in iPhone, then you have to repeat the steps 4-6, because the process failed.

Step #7: When the iPhone is successfully in DFU mode the iPhone screen will remain black. Besides, the PC will show that iTunes has detected the device.

Step #8: Now all you have to do it follow the on-screen prompts and complete the process.


Solution 7: Get Apple Support

Nothing is helpful for you to fix iPhone XS Max camera lens blurry then you have to visit the Apple Support or contact them. Probably there will be an issue in the hardware part of the iPhone’s camera; they can only fix this thing. To save your time you should take an appointment from Apple Store.

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