Posted by Rohit Yadav On 21-Sep-2022 08:11 AM
You might have heard about the issue plaguing the new Apple iPhone 14 Pro camera system. The issue causes the autofocus and OIS (optical image stabilisation) to go haywire and vibrate uncontrollably.
While using any third party apps, the primary camera of the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max becomes wild and starts shaking without restrain. This makes the video or image captured unusable. This might also cause the OIS hardware to get damaged in the long run.
Apple doesn't say what is causing this issue. This issue is only caused while using the third party apps, Apple’s own camera app appears to be working fine. This suggests the issue is software related rather than hardware. Because it is only caused in third party apps, it is safe to assume the issue is caused by a bug in the Camera API.
This issue is limited to only some iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max units, while no such issue has been faced with the vanilla iPhone 14 models. Apple has acknowledged the issue and says that the fix will be coming next week. So if you are facing this issue, you might want to restrain yourself from using third party apps like TikTok, Instagram and Snapchat for a week as there is no work around to this issue.
This won't be the first update to address a camera issue with the iPhone 14 lineup. iOS 16.0.1, which was released last week for the latest Apple iPhones addressed another camera issue. The issue was also with the iPhone 14 Pro Max where the images turned out soft when zooming in the landscape orientation.
iPhone 14 price in India is Rs 79900
iPhone 14 Plus price in India is Rs 89900
iPhone 14 Pro price in India is Rs 129900
iPhone 14 Pro Max price in India is Rs 139900
24-Nov-2022 05:08 AM