Apple recognizes iPhone 14 Genius camera issue; fix coming one week from now

20 September, 2022 Apple

Apple recognizes iPhone 14 Genius camera issue; fix coming one week from now


Only a few days ago, we let you know that a few iPhone 14 Master and iPhone 14 Star Max clients were encountering an odd issue while recording recordings utilizing outsider applications like Instagram, WhatsApp, and TikTok. These phones would make a bizarre crushing commotion while simultaneously, they would begin shaking. This seemed, by all accounts, to be connected with the Optical Picture Adjustment (OIS) include that keeps recordings looking consistent in any event, when recorded with precarious hands.


On the 48MP camera utilized on the Genius models, Apple utilizes its second-age Sensor Shift OIS which permits the camera sensor to move to balance the insecure hands of an iPhone client. Those iPhone 14 Expert series clients impacted by the issue were remaining cautiously optimistic case situation, which was for the issue to be programming related since a fix would require a basic update to be pushed out. Today, Bloomberg's Imprint Gurman delivered a tweet expressing that Apple had found a fix for the shaking camera issue and will deliver an update one week from now.


With the bug affecting the recording of video on the two iPhone 14 Master models, recordings were coming out looking insecure, foggy, and essentially unwatchable. The update will doubtlessly be delivered as iOS 16.0.2.


This will be the subsequent post-discharge update gave for the iPhone 14 line after iOS 16.0.1 fixed a few issues including one that kept clients from interfacing with an open Wi-Fi organization. The iOS 16.0.1 update likewise killed bugs found in two significant in-house Apple applications, video talk application FaceTime and the iMessage informing application.


Assuming your iPhone 14 Genius or iPhone 14 Master Max has been encountering the previously mentioned shaking and crushing commotions, it is best that you try not to utilize the camera to record a video until after Apple drops the update. That is on the grounds that the shaking movement and the crushing could prompt super durable equipment harm that could very well require a more confounded fix than a product update.


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