Apple Fixes Camera Shaking Glitch on iPhone 14 Pro in iOS 16 Update

Apple has released an iOS 16 software update that fixes a bug that caused the camera on some new iPhone 14 Pro models to shake and make an audible grinding noise when using third-party apps.

Earlier this week, some users reported a bug related to the iPhone 14 Pro camera’s image stabilization system in conjunction with third-party apps.

Affected users claimed that the rear camera vibrated physically, making it impossible to use, or in some more severe cases, causing audible chatter or grinding when taking photos or videos in apps including Snapchat, TikTok and Instagram.

On Thursday, Apple released the first major update to its new iOS 16 mobile operating system ahead of schedule. While the cause is still unclear, the iOS 16.0.2 update claims to fix the camera-shaking glitch and a number of other bugs, which have become apparent since iOS 16 was released two weeks ago.

According to the update text that Apple has sent to users, the release of iOS 16.0.2 fixes the issue with the iPhone camera, which “may shake and cause blurry photos when shooting with some third-party apps on iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 ProMax.”

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The company also claims the update should fix a bug “where touch input was unresponsive on some iPhone X, iPhone XR, and iPhone 11 screens after maintenance.” It also solves the frequent permission prompts that Apple users received when they tried to copy and paste content between apps.

The update should be made available automatically to anyone with an Apple device running iOS 16 and can be installed through the Settings app

Although Apple did not specify what caused the camera to shake, TechCrunch reports that the glitch appears to be only a software issue as it is being fixed via the iOS update.

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The camera shake problem didn’t seem to be widespread because PetaPixel was unable to replicate the error with its iPhone 14 Pro model. This was odd because all iPhones and associated firmware should be the same at this point – provided everyone is using the most recent version of all apps.

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