iPhone 14 Pro: iOS 16.0.2 update with camera fix and more

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from Rhonda Bachman
The iPhone 14 Pro, launched on September 16, has been suffering from an annoying camera issue when used in third-party apps. Apple now wants to get this under control with a new update and is releasing iOS 16.0.2.

The first users have been enjoying the new iPhone 14 Pro for almost a week. However, this immediately draws attention to a big problem when using the camera. Owners report camera shakes in third-party apps such as Snapchat, TikTok, or Instagram. The new update iOS 16.0.2 should now tackle this and other problems.

iOS 16.0.2 should fix the first iPhone 14 diseases

The reported problem is said to be a software error on the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max devices. There should be strong vibrations as soon as the camera is used within social media apps. The lens is said to shake so much that images and videos are blurry. One user even reported that his camera allegedly suffered permanent damage from this problem.

Apple has now released the new iOS 16.0.2 update, which is said to contain some bug fixes and important security updates for the iPhone. In addition to the camera vibration, other problems should also be fixed:

  • The camera may vibrate and photos may be blurry when shooting with certain third-party apps on iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.
  • During device configuration, the display may appear completely black.
  • Copying and pasting content between apps may ask for permission more often than intended.
  • VoiceOver may not be available after restart.
  • Resolves an issue where some iPhone X, iPhone XR, and iPhone 11 displays would not respond to operator inputs after servicing.
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Most recently, the repair specialists from iFixit investigated whether the iPhone 14 was now made more repair-friendly. According to the professionals, the new Apple smartphone is easier to repair than the Samsung Galaxy S22 of the competition. However, the individual components of the iPhone 14 are provided with a software identification number, which means that only original spare parts can be used.

Source: Apple, Notebook check