Apple has announced that it will fix the reported camera rattling issue on the iPhone 14 Pro in a software update scheduled for next week.

Recently, there have been reports of an alarming issue with the new iPhone 14 Pro, where the expensive flagship’s camera module vibrates and rattles when used alongside popular third-party apps like TikTok, Instagram, and Snapchat. Apple’s own Camera app appears unaffected.

Apple has moved unusually quickly to prevent any ill will or uncertainty towards its latest and greatest smartphone. That’s what Apple spokesman Alex Kirchner said On the edge that the company is “aware of the issue and a fix will be released next week.”

No further information has been provided regarding the nature of this issue, although the mechanical nature of the issue suggests a problem with the shift image stabilization system on the iPhone 14 Pro’s second-generation sensor. The fact that the iPhone 14 doesn’t experience the same problem as its first-generation equivalent suggests as much.

Apple’s quick response and promise of a software update also put an end to another speculation. This tells us that this isn’t really a problem with third-party developers failing to update their apps to be compatible with new hardware, but that Apple dropped the ball somewhere along the line with its own APIs.

The new iPhone 14 Pro features a brand new camera system, led by an all-new 48MP primary camera sensor – Apple’s first step up from a 12MP sensor for multiple iPhone generations.

Apple planning iPhone 14 Pro rattling camera issue fix next week

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