F . CrewSeptember 19, 2022, 16:59:34 IST
While Apple gave new iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max One of their best camera systems, and an all-new 48MP main camera that most third-party apps, including some of the most popular camera apps, seem to have trouble with.
In fact, most third-party apps deliver shocking results with Apple’s new camera system in iPhone 14 Pro series.
The iPhone 14 Pro camera appears to jiggle or vibrate violently when used by apps like TikTok, Snapchat, and in some cases, even Instagram. The “twerking” of the camera is probably due to an OIS issue, due to an intense rattling sound coming from the camera modules, whenever one tries to use the camera through a third party app.
As of now, this issue seems to only affect iPhone 14 Pro كاميرا camera When used in a third party application. Most of the complaints on social media say that the problem occurs in social media apps like Snapchat, TikTok, and Instagram.
“My iPhone 14 Pro just arrived and when I opened Snapchat the camera was shaking a lot and made a very weird mechanical noise. Has any of you tried the same thing? Just updated to iOS 16.0.1,” says Reddit user u/flow_way3
A number of other users have taken to Twitter to share videos of their iPhones making a quick clicking noise, which can be attributed to the OIS unit shaking violently.
I’ve seen on TikTok a lot of iPhone 14 Pro owners with camera issues
This is one of them: pic.twitter.com/HZkQfiYpg8
– Anthony (@TheGalox_) September 18 2022
– Alexander Thorne (@copywriternow) September 18 2022
Since this iPhone 14 Pro camera shake/ratt issue only affects the camera in third-party apps, it’s almost certainly a software bug of some sort. It’s possible that these third-party apps weren’t ready for the iPhone 14 Pro camera changes.
In particular, it could be something to do with optical image stabilization, hence the crackle sounds made by the camera unit itself.
As of writing this story, there is no solution to this problem, neither from Apple nor from any of the developers of the affected apps. It’s possible that the affected apps, such as Instagram, Snapchat, and TikTok, will need to roll out updates to their apps to resolve the issue.