Flight instruments not working after takeoff

I don’t know if anyone has had this problem but I was performing a flight from Jersey to London Heathrow (BA A320-200). Everything was routine until my takeoff roll when the aircraft accelerated relatively quickly and pitched without input. Once I got in the air, v/s, speed, and altitude were still at 0 in on the HUD. I changed to the cockpit view and the instrument and nav displays were black. Master Battery was on and APU was turned off after engine start. I don’t know if this is a bug or something I’ve done wrong. (photo below)

iPad (7th generation)
iOS 15.5


Can you post the picture? Then we can see if there’s anything wrong…

Are you still flying? If yes, did you try turning on the APU? Maybe it being off somehow glitched your hud? I honestly have no idea what could have caused that

No I’m not flying anymore, I landed back in Jersey but it’s not just the HUD, because cockpit instruments were black too. I don’t really know, it’s most likely a one-time, rare occurannce.

Yea, ur right. I tried searching the forum but couldn’t find anything related to that

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That is something I’ve never seen happen.

Did you try simply restarting Infinite Flight and seeing if that resolved the issue?

This is the first time ever we’ve heard about this.
Unless it becomes a recurring issue, I wouldn’t worry too much :)


Just to reiterate, this shouldn’t be your first option. Deleting the app and then reinstalling it comes its some risks, including losing valuable replays that will never be recovered, unless it’s backed up before you do choose to delete and reinstall the app.

Before trying that, please exhaust all other options, such as restarting Infinite Flight, rebooting your device, and perhaps do it multiple times. Update the software if there’s a need to do so. If all else fails, deleting and reinstalling is something that you should do with quite a bit of caution.


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