Apple releases iOS 16 update to fix camera shake bug

Apple releases iOS 16 update to fix camera shake bug

Apple has released a corrective software update that resolves an issue with the phone’s camera that has been bothering some iPhone users, as well as an annoying clipboard warning issue. According to Apple’s update dashboard, iOS 16.0.2 started rolling out on September 22nd for all iPhone 8 and subsequent models with some crucial fixes in tow.

The changelog mentions that the update fixes an issue where the “camera may vibrate and cause blurry photos when shooting with some third-party apps”. This particular bug only affected the iPhone 14 Pro and its Max version, both equipped with second-generation sensor shift image stabilization technology.

iPhone 14 Pro receives iOS 16.0.2 update.
Nadeem Sarwar / DigitalTrends

Several users took to social media and shared videos in which the camera’s viewfinder could be seen shaking at random, making the subject look like a blurry mess with constant motion. The issue also produced a crunching noise and made the phone vibrate.

The camera shake issue was predominantly reported for social media apps like TikTok, Snapchat and Instagram when users opened the camera system in the app. When Digital Trends reached out to the respective Snapchat and TikTok support channels, we were advised to take steps that didn’t really fix the annoyance.

However, Apple soon confirmed that it was investigating the issue. Moving quickly to nullify the issue, the company has started seeding the iOS 16.0.2 update via the stable channel, which claims to fix things with the camera system.

Clipboard drama is over

With iOS 16, Apple also introduced a feature that would show a prompt whenever users wanted to copy from one app to another. However, this clipboard security feature has also recently started working. Affected users reported that they kept getting bombarded with the clipboard permission prompt even after granting an app access to do so.

Read More :   Scorned after winning the Italian GP, ​​Max Verstappen doesn't want to be bothered

Soon after complaints began to surface, Apple promised that the bug would be fixed with an upcoming OS update. Well, iOS 16.0.2 is here and it also takes care of that clipboard annoyance.

If you are experiencing the same issues on your iPhone, install the update as soon as possible. To do this, just follow this path: Settings > General > Software Update. If the iOS 16.0.2 update is available in your region, tap the download and install button to proceed.

Editors’ recommendations

Source :

You May Also Like

About the Author: Steven Wiliem

A writer who is reliable in conveying information to the public who has a lot of interest in journalism.