iPhone 14 Pro causes a lot of headaches for influencers: its camera doesn’t work well on Snapchat, TikTok and Instagram

Following the release of the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max, some users of the device have noticed that the main rear camera lens vibrates uncontrollably in applications that have a camera function, such as Snapchat, TikTok, and Instagram. As a result, many of these users are unable to record video directly within these applications. The bug does not appear to have any impact on the pre-installed app known as Camera.

Since the iPhone 14 Pro models were introduced, users have noticed the issue on social media platforms such Apple Twitter, Reddit, and TikTok, amongst other places; however, it is unknown how common the issue is or what is causing it.

There is “second-generation” optical image stabilization with sensor displacement on the primary lens of the iPhone 14 Pro models. It is likely that the stabilizer does this owing to a software error, but this is only a hypothesis. The main lens of the iPhone 14 Pro models also contains telephoto optics.

Even YouTuber Luke Miani reported having the issue with the variant of iPhone 14 Pro Max that he tested. Miani posted a video of the problem on his Twitter account, in which the primary lens of the device can be seen shaking in an uncontrollable manner. He explained that the incident caused the lens to lose its ability to focus accurately going forward, even while using the smartphone’s native Camera app.

Miani stated that he went to an Apple store in order to exchange the gadget for a new iPhone and was successful in doing so.

If the issue is caused by a software defect, Apple could solve it in the beta version of iOS 16.1 if it is the case. Having said that, the corporation has not yet provided a remark on this matter.

If users are concerned about the possibility that the primary camera system on their iPhone 14 Pro or iPhone 14 Pro Max will be damaged, they should refrain from opening the camera in applications such as Snapchat, TikTok, and Instagram until the issue has been rectified.

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