Apple has said that it is working on a software update for the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max that will address a fault that causes the device’s rear camera to shake physically when used with certain third-party apps.

The iPhone maker stated that a remedy for the camera shaking issue for the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max devices would be available by next week. When the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max were announced on September 7, many users took to social media to express their dissatisfaction with the camera. According to sources, the problem stems from the optical image stabilization hardware breaking in some situations when used with third-party apps.


Users have reported that the problem is interfering with camera functionality in social media applications such as Snapchat, Instagram, Facebook, and TikTok, but it does not appear to affect Apple’s built-in camera capabilities. The software update would be at least the iPhone 14’s second. On launch day, customers were prompted to update to iOS 16.0.1 in order to resolve an issue with FaceTime.

One of the key enhancements to this year’s smartphone is the new camera system on the iPhone 14 Pro, which incorporates a 48-megapixel sensor for the main lens for the first time. The phone also has a software interface known as the Dynamic Island at the top of the smartphone, which combines with an upgraded camera cutout to display information such as navigation directions or AirPods status.

iPhone importance for Apple

The iPhone is still by far Apple’s most important product, accounting for approximately half of the company’s revenues and fueling additional revenue from services such as the App Store and Apple TV+. It also persuades buyers to purchase accessories such as AirPods and an Apple Watch. In the United States, the iPhone 14 Pro starts at $999, with the Pro Max model costing $1,099 in the US.

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