Apple Fixes iPhone 14 Pro Camera Shake and Copy-and-Paste Bugs
Apple has released iOS 16.0.2 for the iPhone 14 Pro, which fixes a couple of bugs, including the camera shake issue. The fix also addresses the copy-and-paste permissions-related bug. Those who’ve experienced either of these issues are advised to download the update to their devices.
iOS 16.0.2 fixes iPhone 14 Pro camera-shake and copy-and-paste bug
Apple has released iOS 16.0.2, which fixes several bugs on the iPhone 14 Pro, including a camera-shake bug. The new update also fixes a copy-and-paste bug that affects the camera when using a third-party camera app. This new version also removes a persistent pop-up that asks users to allow apps to access their clipboard.
The update also fixes the camera-shake bug that caused the rear camera to shake while recording video. The stock Camera app is not affected by the bug. Last week, Apple confirmed that the copy-and-paste bug is not normal. Users can install the new update from Settings > General> Software Update.
While the iPhone 14 Pro has mostly run smoothly since its launch, there were a few issues that were reported. The camera shake bug was caused by a camera module vibration and judder. Apple has released an update for this problem and has made it available for download on all iPhone models.
Rear camera shake on iPhone 14 Pro
Apple has identified a fix for the iPhone 14 Pro camera shake issue and is preparing to release a new software update next week. The issue has caused users to complain that their videos have a rattling sound when taken using third-party apps, such as Snapchat and TikTok. The optical image stabilization hardware has failed to correct the issue, and the resulting rattling noise can make the video unusable.
Apple has a new software update for the iPhone 14 Pro Max that should resolve this issue. Apple has confirmed that the update will fix the rear camera shake problem, which many users have been reporting. It will also address other issues related to the camera, such as the display going black during setup and touch issues on older iPhones that have been serviced.
The issue affects the iPhone 14 Pro Max models. It seems that the second generation sensor-shift image stabilization system inside the devices is causing this problem. Several social media apps have yet to issue a statement regarding the issue, and some users have already reported the issue on Apple’s support forum. In the meantime, it is important to avoid situations that may cause the camera to shake uncontrollably. During such situations, the camera may end up damaging the handset.
Copy-and-paste permissions-related bug
Apple has released a new iOS 16 beta with a number of bug fixes, including one related to the clipboard. The issue can occur when the iPhone asks the user for permission to copy and paste data from the clipboard too frequently. Apple has promised a fix for the problem.
While this bug isn’t particularly severe, it can be very annoying. The popup that appears every time you try to paste from the clipboard isn’t expected. Apple is likely to fix this issue in an upcoming software update. The next version of iOS will be released this October.
In iOS 16, Apple added a new privacy feature that requires a user’s permission before apps can access their clipboard. This new feature is generally a great addition to iOS, but some users have complained that they are continually bombarded with unnecessary prompts. The upcoming iOS 16 update is expected to fix this issue for iPhone 14 Pro devices.