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Apple to release fix for iPhone 14 Pro’s shaky camera: All you need to know


Apple recently released the new iPhone 14 Series, which has now experienced its first issue. Several users have reported shaking and rattling while using a third-party camera app with the iPhone 14 Pro camera. But the company plans to put out an update soon, so this should be fixed soon.

The iPhone 14 Pro camera problem will be resolved soon

In a statement to Bloomberg, Apple acknowledged the iPhone 14 Pro’s camera shaking issue and stated that a software update will be released to address it. This update should be available by the end of next week. This is the second update for the new iPhone 14 phones. They received the iOS 16.0.1 update to address a FaceTime issue. Concerning the camera, it has been revealed that the iPhone 14 Pro cameras are rattling and shaking when using the in-app camera of social media apps such as Instagram, TikTok, Snapchat, and even Facebook.

According to Bloomberg, this is due to a firmware issue with the iPhone 14’s optical image stabilisation (OIS). You can find out more about this by reading the tweet below. The native camera app on the iPhone 14 Pro models was found to be fully functional. If you own an iPhone 14 Pro or 14 Pro Max, it’s best to avoid using third-party photo apps until the update is available, as this could cause hardware damage.

There is a copy-paste bug in Apple iOS 16!

Furthermore, an iOS 16 bug has been discovered that displays a pop-up window whenever a user attempts to copy-paste content from one app to another. The prompt, which primarily affects iPhone 14 users, requests user permission for copying and pasting. Apple has also acknowledged this issue, revealing that this pop-up is not intended to appear every time a user tries to copy-paste something and is essentially a privacy feature that requires apps to obtain permission before accessing the clipboard.

Furthermore, this problem did not occur during the internal testing period. In response to a user’s email (via MacRumors), Apple senior manager Ron Huang stated, “This is absolutely not expected behaviour, and we will get to the bottom of it.” Huang is one of the feature’s creators. As a result, we can anticipate a solution to this issue as well. However, when this occurs, it remains to be seen.

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