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Apple Says iPhone 14 Pro Camera Vibration Issue Doesn’t Require Repair

Apple Says iPhone 14 Pro Camera Vibration Issue Doesn’t Require Repair. According to Apple, a curious problem that causes the back camera to vibrate on some iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max models does not require a repair.

According to an Apple representative who talked to MacRumors, Apple is aware of a fault that is causing the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max cameras to shake and vibrate, and a fix is expected to arrive next week.

Users quickly became aware of a shaking problem with third-party camera apps such as Snapchat, TikTok, and Instagram with the release of the iPhone 14 Pro versions. The bug makes the camera shake violently, producing notably shaky video.

Given the volume of reports we’ve already seen, the problem seems to be widespread. Its ability to be fixed by Apple in a software update is proof that it is a software problem and not a hardware one.

The vibration fault only affects third-party apps, as Apple’s own Camera app is unaffected. There is currently no fix, thus iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max users should refrain from using the camera in apps like Instagram and TikTok until Apple can resolve the problem the next week.

When asked whether customers who had already encountered the problem with their new iPhone should go to an Apple Store or an Apple Authorized Service Provider, Apple responded that users should simply update their iPhone once a software update containing a fix is made available the following week, indicating that the problem does not result in long-term hardware damage to the device.

An Apple representative earlier today told MacRumors, “We’re aware of the problem and a remedy will be published next week.” Apple did not release any other information, however it is probable that an update to iOS 16.0.2 will contain the patch.

Following the release of the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max, some users have reported that the main/bottom lens on the back of the device shakes violently when the camera is opened in apps like Snapchat, TikTok, and Instagram. This causes the lens to make a rattling sound and causes shaky video to appear in the device’s viewfinder.

According to YouTuber Luke Miani, the problem made the main lens of an iPhone 14 Pro Max that he was testing unable to focus correctly when used in the future, even in the Camera app. Although it’s unclear if there was any lasting damage, Miani claimed that he was able to swap his iPhone for a new one after taking it to an Apple Store.

Apple has not disclosed what is causing the problem in its entirety. Both iPhone 14 Pro models have new “second-generation” sensor-shift optical image stabilization on the main lens; nevertheless, this is only conjecture. It’s possible that the stabilizer is malfunctioning for reasons unknown. In any event, the issue ought to be resolved within a few days.

Several other camera and airdrop flaws that have been discovered on iPhone 14 models since their release on Friday are not expected to be fixed in next week’s version.

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