The mobile phone brand will release an update for its recently launched new series, which has encountered its first problem.
A bug on iPhone 14 Pro
One of the latest iPhone models, Apple’s line of smartphones, suffers from a particularly unusual bug. The iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max indeed fail to stabilize the image in certain special cases of use of the camera.
As relayed by labomobile.net, the phenomenon seems to occur when users try to take a photo with certain applications. The social networks Instagram, TikTok or Snapchat are particularly concerned.
Apple has identified the cause of the bug in its series
In a statement to Bloomberg, Apple acknowledged the camera shake issue in its lineup and revealed that it will release a software update to address the issue. This update should be available by next week.
This is a second update for new phones. As a reminder, they got the iOS 16.0.1 update to fix an issue with FaceTime.
“a firmware issue with optical image stabilization (OIS)”
Bloomberg suggests this is due to a firmware issue with the device’s optical image stabilization (OIS).
The bug is said to cause optical image stabilization (OIS) hardware to malfunction. So, when you use the camera in third-party apps, it becomes difficult to control it. The issue doesn’t seem to affect the regular iPhone 14, let alone the iPhone 14 Plus.
Moreover, if you are affected by this bug, it is best to avoid using your camera in other applications. It is best to wait for Apple to release the software patch before using the camera with third-party apps.
Indeed, the bug causing the malfunction of a mechanical part, it could damage the rear camera. However, you can continue to take photos or record videos with the application on your iPhone 14 Pro. You can then share them on relevant social media apps without any hassle.