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Iphone 14 | Apple releases fix for iPhone 14 Pro camera shake | apple iphone


The problem only occurs with third-party apps like TikTok and Instagram. The screen may also remain black during the initial setup of the device. iOS 16.0.2 is already the second maintenance update for iOS 16.

Apple has already released the second update for iOS 16. iOS16.0.2 is mainly intended to eliminate errors that have appeared in the last few days. Among them is an issue with the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max camera when used with third party apps like TikTok and Instagram.

The bug that has now been fixed caused the camera to vibrate when using third-party apps. As a result, users were unable to take properly focused photos and videos. iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus were not affected by the issue.

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In addition, the update to iOS 16.0.2 should prevent the display from being completely black during device configuration. iOS should also ask for permission less often when copying and pasting content between apps – this has recently happened more often than intended.

Also fixed is a bug that caused VoiceOver to not be available after restarting an iPhone. Another bug only occurs with the iPhone X, iPhone XR and iPhone 11: Here, the displays may not react to operator inputs after maintenance.

As always, Apple is distributing iOS 16.0.2 over-the-air. The update can also be triggered manually under the Software update item in the general settings.

The first major update for iOS is also in the works. It is not yet known when iOS 16.1 will be released. In addition, iPad owners are still waiting for the update to iPadOS 16. Apple had postponed its distribution at short notice. It is now scheduled to be released along with new hardware in October.

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