Apple introduced its newest iPhone series and mobile platforms earlier this month, and consumers soon discovered a few of unpleasant problems. The good news is that Apple rapidly created fixes to address the vulnerabilities and has already issued them as part of the iOS 16.0.2 update. One of the issues addressed by the update is the iPhone 14 Pro's incompatibility with third-party apps that use its camera, like as Instagram, TikTok, and Snapchat.
When users launch such applications and utilize the device's back camera, the screen shakes and the phone emits grinding and rattling noises. According to Apple's patch notes, the update resolves a problem in which the "[c]amera may shake and create fuzzy photographs while shooting with some third-party apps on iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max." The business didn't go into detail about what caused it, but it's probable that the applications weren't communicating properly with the device's optical image stabilization mechanism, resulting in the rattling noises.
Another annoying issue addressed by the update is the repeated display of permission questions while attempting to copy and paste material across applications. Apple senior manager Ron Huang earlier stated that the conduct was "absolutely not expected" and that the business was dealing with it. Other problems will be fixed in iOS 16.0.2, including one that causes the device's display to go dark during setup and another that causes touch input on some iPhone X, iPhone XR, and iPhone 11 screens to be unresponsive after servicing.