Apple is working on a fix for an iPhone 14 Pro bug when using the camera in photo apps

invest in a iPhone 14 Pro or a 14 Pro Max is to be sure of taking full advantage of the powerful 48 megapixel camera with all its attributes, but a bug is deteriorating the user experience of Manzana.

According to a report published on the website of ZD Netthe cameras of the referred cell phones are having problems and difficulties in taking photos with applications such as Instagram, TikTok and Snapchat.

Apple confirmed the problem this Monday, September 19, assuring that some users have reported that their phones start to “shake uncontrollably”, even when they try to use the camera with these applications.

We are aware of the issue and a fix will be posted next weekan Apple spokesperson told CNET.

The Cupertino, California company had already released an iOS update, 16.0.1, to fix several issues related to the new iPhones, including that “photos may appear soft when zoomed in landscape orientation on iPhone 14 Pro Max”, according to Apple.

The best thing about the Pro models is their cameras

The biggest point of distinction of the Pro family is photography, since they have a 48 MP camera with a Quad-pixel f/1.78 sensor, with a focal length of 24m. 65% larger than the previous Pro.

Quad-pixel sensor allows different detection modes for different photos. Most of the time, it takes 12 MP grouped photos to maximize light capture. At the same time, pixel binning now makes it possible to apply a real 2x zoom to each photo at a focal length of 48 meters.

It can also be photographed in ProRAW at a resolution of 48 MP, supported by a new ultra wide angle lens with 1.4 micron pixels and even a cinematic mode that can now record at 4K at 30fps and 4K at 24fps.

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