Apple’s iPhone 14 Pro camera shake issue will be fixed by software update next week


The iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max models’ camera shake and rattling problems will be resolved by Apple with the release of a software update. According to Apple, the update would be made accessible the following week.

This will allay customers’ worries that their new phones’ dramatic camera shake issues might have been caused by a hardware flaw. Instead, when a software update becomes available, customers should be able to just install it.

Many iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro models experienced the camera shake problem, especially when using third-party apps like Snapchat and TikTok. Strangely, the Apple Camera app was operating normally. Naturally, jokes about the glitch are currently trending on the TikTok app.

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This problem seems to be linked to the firmware in charge of the camera lenses’ optical image stabilization mechanism. This would cause the camera module to rattle audibly, and shaking artefacts would be seen in the video stream.

If your iPhone 14 Pro or iPhone 14 Pro Max has this camera problem, keep an eye out for a software update, most likely version iOS 16.0.2, that will arrive next week with a remedy. If you are seeing the bug right now, it’s generally not a good idea to mess with the buggy camera system because doing so might potentially irreparably harm the hardware.

The influx of cut/copy/paste clipboard permission alerts is another software issue that is now affecting purchasers of the new iPhone 14 models. The Wall Street Journal reports that Apple will fix the clipboard issue in the software update for camera shaking that will be released the following week.

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