The iPhone maker said that it will fix the camera shake issue in its iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max smartphones by next week.
some users of iphone 14 pro And Pro Max, which was launched on September 7, took to social media to complain about the camera bug. According to Bloomberg news agency, the problem is the result of optical image stabilization hardware not working with third-party applications in some cases.
Users have complained about a bug blocking the camera feature from social media apps like Snapchat, Instagram, Facebook and TikTok, but it doesn’t seem to affect Apple’s pre-installed camera capabilities.
The software fix will be second at least as of now for the iPhone 14. On launch day, users were asked to update to iOS 16.0.
new camera system iphone 14 pro, which includes a 48-megapixel sensor for the main lens for the first time, is one of the major upgrades for this year’s device. The phone also has a software interface on the top of the device known as Dynamic Island that works with an updated camera cutout and displays information like route or AirPods position on a map.
The iPhone remains Apple’s most important product by far, generating about 50% of the company’s revenue on its own and helping fuel other revenues from services like the App Store and Apple TV+. It also convinces customers to buy accessories like AirPods and Apple Watch.
The iPhone 14 Pro price starts at $999, while the Pro Max model costs $1,099 in the US.