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Numerous users complain of massive camera problems

Apple recently unveiled its new iPhones. But the two most expensive models, the iPhone 14 Pro and the iPhone 14 Pro Max, don’t seem to be running smoothly. Numerous users complain about massive problems with the camera. Apple again promises a remedy, but that may take a while.

iPhone 14 Pro with massive camera problems

The iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max are considered Apple’s new flagships in the smartphone market. Above all, the high price of around 1,300 euros and more rightly raises some expectations among customers. But the two most expensive new Apple smartphones of all things don’t seem to run smoothly.

Shortly after delivery last Friday (September 20, 2022), numerous users complained about problems with the 48-megapixel main camera. For example, users cannot take photos and videos within apps such as Instagram, Snapchat and TikTok.

Camera problems with TikTok, Instagram, Snapchat and Co.

For a few days, numerous posts have been circulating on social media in which those affected demonstrate the problem. According to this, the smartphone camera would vibrate uncontrollably and spin around as soon as users access it within different apps.

In some cases, the camera should even move in the housing. A grinding or grinding noise can be heard. Again, only blurry images can be seen on the screen.

iPhone 14: Apple promises improvement

Apple meanwhile has the problems to the news agency Bloomberg conceded. However, the US group did not go into the exact causes. However, the company said that they wanted to investigate the problem and were planning an update. However, that could take a few days.

So far, the error appears to only occur on the iPhone 14 Pro and the Max model. So far, the problem doesn’t seem to have occurred in Apple’s own camera app. Although the hardware is also affected, it could still be a bug at the software level.

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