Fix to camera bug of iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max to be rolled out next week

Users of Apple iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max will soon be receiving a fix for the ‘physically shaking rear camera on being used with third party apps’ issue. 

Apple Inc. is reportedly developing a software update which is looking forward to fix the problem that makes the rear camera on these devices shake when they are used with third party apps. 

Reportedly the developers of Apple Inc. will release the update next week. This indicates that the company has figured out a solution to the complained issue. This update comes in as at least the second software update since the iPhone 14 was launched. Even on the day of launch of the device, the company asked the users to update to iOS 16.01 to fix an issue, which was related to a problem  of activating FaceTime. 

The latest iPhones were sent to the market for sales last Friday. A large number of users resorted to social media to address the issue they were facing with the camera. The said issue has been analysed to be because of the optical image stabilization hardware malfunctioning in some cases with third-party apps. The issue also causes rattling noises. 

This stabilization technique was designed to transfer the camera system to compensate fot the iPhone shaking, thus preventing a blurry picture. 

It is to be noted that the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max went on to be hits in the market and sold out in many places.

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