A week after the official start of sales of the new iPhone 14 series, Apple sends the iOS 16.0.2 update into circulation, which corrects a serious bug with the camera of the iPhone 14 Pro device.
If by some miracle you missed the story about the uncontrollable vibration and strange sounds emitted by the main camera of the iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro phones for some users, know that Apple has already solved that problem.
Namely, it turned out that the second generation of Apple’s SensorShift OIS implemented on the new 48MP camera of the iPhone 14 Pro fighters for some reason did not like applications like Snapdchat, Instagram and TikTok.
Apple soon confirmed that there was a problem and announced an update for next week, but they sent it today.
My test copy of the iPhone 14 Pro Max has not had any problems with the camera so far, and if your copy may have, the solution is here.
This update is a hefty 200MB of vipe, and if you haven’t seen it yet, invoke it by clicking to Settings > General > Software Update.
In addition to the camera bug, it also fixes a bug with the copy/paste function and a black screen during initial setup, which some have also experienced.
This is, therefore, the second iOS 16 update in seven days since the iPhone 14 phones were on the market.