Apple has launched its iPhone 14 lineup of smartphones officially in the market. The lineup includes iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max smartphone. Anyway, some of the users of Pro model iPhones were facing an issue where the autofocus and OIS of their cameras go wild while using any third-party application. The brand has now officially responded to the issue.
Apple to roll out a fix for iPhone 14 Pro/Max camera issue soon
Talking about the issue, while using any third-party application which utilizes a camera in the iPhone 14 Pro/Max models, the autofocus and OIS image stabilization of the camera goes wild and uncontrollable. It further vibrates at a very faster level. The iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus users are unaffected by this issue.
The issue is only present with the third-party applications and the official camera app is working fine and we don’t have any issues with that, as such. The issue is quite dangerous as the end footage from the camera comes really bad and this might damage the camera hardware. Most probably, the issue is with the Camera API itself.
There is no workaround for the issue yet. However, the brand has officially responded to the issue and said that a fix is coming on the way by next week. So, as of now, if you are affected, you really haven’t got any other option rather than waiting for the update.