19 September 2022 16:59:34 IST
While Apple gave the new iPhone 14 Pro et iPhone 14 Pro Max one of their best camera systems and a brand new 48MP main camera, it seems most third-party apps, including some of the more popular camera apps, have trouble with this.
In fact, most third-party apps show terrible results with Apple’s new camera system in iPhone 14 Pro series.
The iPhone 14 Pro camera appears to shake or shake violently when used by apps like TikTok, Snapchat, and in some cases, even Instagram. This camera ‘twerking’ is most likely due to an OIS issue, due to which there is a harsh clicking noise coming from the camera modules, every time one tries to use the device photo via a third-party application.
For now, it seems that this issue only affects the camera of the iPhone 14 Pro when used in a third-party application. Most complaints on social media state that the issue occurs in social media apps such as Snapchat, TikTok, and Instagram.
“My iPhone 14 Pro just arrived and when I opened Snapchat the camera was shaking a lot and making a pretty weird mechanical noise. Have any of you experienced the same thing? Just updated to iOS 16.0.1,” says Reddit user u/flow_way3
A number of other users have taken to Twitter to share videos of their iPhones making a rapid clicking noise, which can be attributed to the OIS module shaking violently.
I saw on TikTok a lot of iPhone 14 Pro owners with camera issues
This is one of them: pic.twitter.com/HZkQfiYpg8
– Antoine (@TheGalox_) September 18, 2022
– Alexander Thorne (@copywriternow) September 18, 2022
Since this iPhone 14 Pro camera shaking/clattering issue only affects the camera in third-party apps, it’s almost certainly a software bug of some kind. It is likely that these third-party apps were not prepared for the iPhone 14 Pro camera changes.
In particular, it could be something related to optical image stabilization, hence the clicking noises the camera module itself makes.
As of this writing, there is no fix for this issue, either from Apple or any of the developers of the affected apps. Affected apps, like Instagram, Snapchat, and TikTok, will likely need to roll out updates to their respective apps to fix the issue.
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