The iPhone 14 Pro lineup models stand out with several highlights, such as an outstanding and upgraded camera, a new A16 chip, Dynamic Island, etc. However, this is not an ideal handset. At least, it will carry this title until Apple fixes some bugs. For instance, the Pro phones have a compatibility problem with the third-party apps that use the camera and have illogical pop-up notifications that annoy.
Apple To Fix iPhone 14 Pro Camera Bug Next Week
Many users reported issues, including shaking, rattling, and mechanical noises coming from the device. This basically happens when using apps like Instagram, TikTok, and Snapchat. Moreover, the camera system in these apps has problems related to autofocus and focus.
You can find tons of reports of the problems on Reddit and Twitter. Moreover, there are even videos claiming evidence. What surprised us more was the case when grinding sound coming from an iPhone 14 Pro when using the camera on Snapchat.
Well I found my first iPhone 14 Pro Max bug… 😂😂 pic.twitter.com/WhuOrcqdph
— Naaackers (@Naaackers) September 17, 2022
Fortunately, Apple is already aware of the problem. The company spokesperson said to Engadget that “We’re aware of the issue, and a fix will be released next week.” This also means that we are dealing with a software bug and not a hardware problem.
We should also note that the iPhone 14 Pro camera problem occurs when using only third-party apps. So Apple’s own camera app works perfectly. But we guess the problem comes from the phone’s optical image stabilization system. For some reason, it causes the rattling.
“We’re working directly with Apple to address reports from our community that the Snapchat Camera shakes for some with iPhone 14 software,” Snap said in a statement.
As said, there is another issue – an annoying copy-and-paste prompt that popped up with iOS 16. What’s worse now, a similar problem occurs when users want to paste something from one app to another. The system asks permission to access the clipboard when copying and pasting. In many cases, even when you grant access, it will continuously ask for permission.
Like the bug above, Apple is aware of this one as well. Ron Huang, a senior manager at Apple, said that “This is absolutely not expected behavior, and we will get to the bottom of it.”