Apple: “I’m aware of the problem… I’ll update it next week”
A bug (program glitch) was discovered in the Pro model of the iPhone 14 series, which Apple started selling last week.
According to the Wall Street Journal (WSJ) on the 20th (local time), some iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max had camera shake and blurry images.
Users posted on Twitter, etc saying that this phenomenon occurs when capturing content using third party apps like Instagram and TikTok with iPhone pro model.
Some users pointed out that strange sounds like noise are being produced.
Additionally, some users who have updated to iOS 16, the latest operating system for their iPhones, reported that a ‘copy and paste’ notification appears when they open the app, even when they don’t want it, and that Pro and Pro Max models sometimes stop receiving data from older iPhones.
The exact cause is unknown, but users are speculating that there doesn’t seem to be a problem with the iPhone’s camera or other hardware.
That’s because the problem doesn’t appear when shooting with Apple’s camera app.
“We are aware of this issue,” said Apple.
The fix will be out next week,” he said.
iPhone 14 Pro models start at $999 and $1.99 for the high-end iPhone.
In Korea, it will be released from the 7th of the following month after pre-order from the 30th of this month.