Apple recognizes camera problem with iPhone 14 Pro; fix coming next week

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On the 48 MP camera used on the Pro models, Apple uses the second-generation Sensor Shift OIS that allows the camera sensor to move to compensate for the unsteady hands of an iPhone user. The iPhone 14 Pro series users affected by the issue were hoping for the best case scenario, which is that the problem would be software-related as a fix would require a simple update. Today, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman released a tweet stating that Apple had resolved the camera shake issue and will release an update next week.

With the bug affecting video recording on the two iPhone 14 Pro models, the videos came out shaky, blurry and basically unwatchable. The update will most likely be released as iOS 16.0.2.

This is the second post-release update to the iPhone 14 line after iOS 16.0.1 fixed several issues, including one that prevented users from connecting to an open Wi-Fi network. The iOS 16.0.1 update also eradicated bugs found in two major internal Apple apps, the FaceTime video chat app and the iMessage messaging app.

If your iPhone 14 Pro or iPhone 14 Pro Max has experienced the shaking and grinding noises mentioned above, it’s best not to use the camera to record a video until Apple drops the update. That’s because the shaking and grinding can lead to permanent hardware damage that may require a more complicated fix than a software update.

You can continue to check if the update has arrived on your iPhone 14 series model by going to . to go Settings > General > Software update.

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