As the smartphone produces blurry and shaky footage, users of tech giant Apple’s iPhone 14 Pro are reporting issues when using the camera to record videos in third-party apps.
According to AppleInsider, the tech giant’s update for the iPhone 14 Pro includes several camera changes, including a 48-megapixel sensor and an action mode to produce smooth video.
However, it appears that the third-party apps that use the camera are encountering issues with the new hardware, the report said.
Several users noticed that the camera module shook when used in apps like Instagram, Snapchat, and TikTok.
The issue resulted in videos captured using the camera in the apps failing to post due to the constant erratic movement.
Posts on social media, including Reddit, claim that there is a lot of jitter, which is believed to be due to optical image stabilization (OIS) system shake.
In the case of the iPhone 14 Pro, the 48-megapixel main camera features Apple’s second-generation Sensor-Shift OIS, which physically moves the sensor, while the other uses an older and more conventional OIS system.
Some users claimed that they could see and hear the shaking and mechanical movement when using the third-party app’s camera capabilities.
In a video demonstrating the problem, the iPhone moved slightly and made a grinding noise.
It is not known how many iPhones could be affected by the issue. AppleInsider has tried and failed to independently reproduce the bug, the report said.
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