iPhone 14 Pro Camera Problem And Solution
iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max have been reporting an issue with the rear camera since the phones were launched but Apple took a time to confirm the problem and promised a solution ‘early next week’.
• The rear camera of the iPhone 14 shakes with a rattling noise when used for popular apps
• The problems seem to be in software instead of hardware
• Apple confirms a quick solution to the problem
What Is The Issue With iPhone 14 Camera?
The new iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max come with a 48 MP rear camera. But this camera is incompatible with popular apps like TikTok, Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat. The issue is with the optical image stabilization (OIS) system of the rear lens. While the OIS is expected to stabilize the unwanted camera shake, it does just the opposite due to a bug in the software.
What did Apple say About The Issue?
Apple confirmed the issue to Bloomberg and said that the issue was a fixable software problem instead of a major issue with the iPhone’s hardware. The manufacturer further said that the owners need not return their iPhones for repair. Earlier Apple replaced an iPhone at its Miami store.
Is There Any Quick Fix For The Problem?
A user advised against deliberately triggering the camera as the prolonged rattling could lead to permanent hardware damage as happened with the Miami iPhone that Apple replaced with a new iPhone. Apple is likely to suggest a solution to the problem. Or a social media user could come up with a solution.
For the time being, you can keep using Apple’s built-in camera app that isn’t affected by the bug. Social media users can click pictures and make videos with Apple’s app and share content to social media directly from the app.