Apple says iPhone 14 Pro camera vibration or shaking issue when users try to take photos or videos using apps like Instagram and TikTok is getting its fix by next week.
It shortly comes after some iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max users complained that their cameras started shaking excessively and made grinding or rattling sounds.
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The new iPhone 14 and 14 Plus are displayed during a launch event for new products at Apple Park in Cupertino, California, on September 7, 2022. – Apple unveiled several new products including a new iPhone 14 and 14 Pro, three Apple watches, and new AirPod Pros during the event.
Apple Says iPhone 14 Pro Camera Vibration Fix is Coming Next Week
The renowned tech giant is reportedly rolling out its solution to the janky cameras of its high-end flagship smartphone, which starts at $1,000, several days from now.
As per the latest report by Mac Rumors days after the Cupertino-based phone maker started shipping its all-new iPhone 14 series, which includes the premium Pro and Pro Max variants, some users found a pretty serious issue.
iPhone 14 Pro users have stormed social media platforms to share their unfortunate experiences. They revealed that the cameras of their new mobile devices are uncontrollably shaking while lashing out some weird sounds.
And it appears that the issue only arises when they open a widely used third party with millions of users. It includes social media apps like Instagram, TikTok, and Snapchat.
However, it is worth noting that the shaking and starling sound vanishes into thin air when users take photos and videos on the built-in camera app of Apple.
And this time, the giant phone maker has acknowledged the camera mess on its higher-end devices. It also assures users that a fix for the bug is beginning its rollout by next week.
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CUPERTINO, CALIFORNIA – SEPTEMBER 07: Attendees examine a brand new iPhone 14 Pro during an Apple special event on September 07, 2022, in Cupertino, California. Apple CEO Tim Cook unveiled the new iPhone 14 as well as new versions of the Apple Watch, including the Apple Watch SE, a low-cost version of the popular timepiece that will start at $249.
A spokesperson from Apple told Mac Rumors that they are “aware of the issues,” adding that a “fix will be released next week.”
Apple Assures Repair is NOT Required
Mac Rumors further reports that a YouTuber, Luke Miani, shared the camera issues on his iPhone 14 Pro Max in his latest video. He went on to reveal that he had his phone replaced with a new one after he brought it to the Apple Store.
The news outlet notes in its report that it is unclear if there was any damage to the camera lenses of the device.
However, according to a recent report by Bloomberg, Apple plans to release an iOS 16 software update to address the camera vibration mess on its iPhone 14 Pro models.
Given that, the iPhone maker seems to have already identified the issue. But the tech giant has yet to explain the cause of the shakiness and rattling noise.
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