Apple fixes iPhone 14 Pro camera issue

According to press reports, the American company Apple will issue an update to its operating system, to fix a problem that was spotted in its new iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max phones.

And a problem appeared in my two new iPhones, where using the camera in third-party applications such as Snapchat, Instagram or TikTok leads to image vibration and loud noises coming from the camera bump.

The reports, which were monitored by The Verge, which specializes in technology news and system and hardware updates, indicated that the company is “aware of the problem and a fix will be released next week,” according to a statement in which Apple spokesman Alex Kirchner confirmed the validity of the widespread reports.

And when the error reports started popping up over the weekend, it wasn’t clear if the issue was with the third-party apps themselves or with iOS 16, although the cameras work fine in Apple’s own app, given Apple releasing an update, it seems That the problem is with the iPhone and its APIs rather than third-party apps.

Apple’s statement doesn’t say what exactly caused the problem, but there has been speculation that it has something to do with the phone’s optical image stabilization system, which isn’t a bad guess since its job is literally to move parts of the camera.

According to Apple’s website, the regular iPhone 14, which doesn’t appear to have this problem, also has this system, but the Pro uses a “second generation” version of it that’s not on the regular model.

This wouldn’t be the first update to address a camera issue in the iPhone 14 lineup – iOS 16.0.1, which was released last week for Apple’s latest phones, fixed an issue where some photos became weak “when zooming in landscape orientation on iPhone 14 Pro Max”.

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On September 7, Apple ended all speculation surrounding its devices, as it finally revealed the much-talked-about iPhone 14 range to the world at the “Far Out” event held at Apple’s headquarters, in California.

The American giant has finally launched the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max smartphones with a completely new redesign notch at its entrance, redesigning its first major display since 2017.

Apple got rid of the design of the iPhone Mini and additionally targeted the larger “Plus” version, which has a 6.7-inch screen with the A15 Bionic chipset, and the iPhone 14 Pro variants only contain the A16 Bionic chipset, while the iPhone 14 Pro has both The Pro Max is always on display and Dynamic Island only, and there are some rumors of a change to USB Type C, among various modifications, the following year.

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