Apple Releases the iOS 16.0.2 Update to Fix the Camera Issues for iPhone 14

Source: Apple

On Monday, we spoke about some technical issues with the new iPhone 14 flagship that were causing the cameras to shake during the usage of social apps such as Instagram or TikTok. Just as we expected, Apple itself took note of the issue and has now provided a fix.

The new iOS 16.0.2 update released by Apple yesterday is what fixes the problem with iPhone 14’s camera shaking during certain social apps. After you install it on your iPhone 14, if you have one, your vibrating camera issue should go away. Other bugs received fixes due to the new update as well.

iOS 16.0.2 is available for download NOW

You can already get your hands on the new iOS 16.0.2 update. You can get it by heading over to the Settings menu of your iPhone, then accessing General, and ultimately tapping on Software update.

Another important fix that the new update brings is one that’s related to data transfer to iPhone 14 from an older iPhone model. Previously, such transfers resulted in the display of the iPhone 14 turning black and requiring a hard reset. Hopefully, the problem has now gone away due to the new iOS 16.0.2 update.

The new iOS update is also pretty bulky, reaching 352.7MB, which means that you’ll likely have to take this aspect into account as well before updating.

Apple’s new iPhone 14 lineup became official on September 7 after a long series of speculations. Four models are included in the lineup: the standard iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max. The Pro and Pro Max models feature the latest A16 Bionic chipset, which is arguably the fastest processor built by Apple. On the other hand, the other two iPhone 14 models, meaning the standard iPhone 14 and Plus, are equipped with the A15 Bionic chipset, meaning the same processor that was present on all models of the previous flagship from Apple, meaning iPhone 13.

 

Cristian Antonescu
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