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American tech giant Apple has announced that they will resolve the camera shaking issue that some users are experiencing on their new iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max devices by the end of next week.
The new cameras on the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max phones reportedly have a problem with third-party apps that makes their focusing or OIS systems vibrate uncontrollably.
Apple is aware of the issue and is currently developing a solution.
This issue makes the video captured with the smartphone’s camera unusable and worse and may even damage the hardware. However, this problem does not affect the iPhone 14 and 14 Plus variants.
Apple’s camera app is working fine, which suggests that this is a software issue rather than a hardware one, as it only affects third-party cameras. BKM/Expat Media
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