In less than two weeks, Apple has undoubtedly sold millions of iPhone 14 devices, but the launch hasn’t exactly gone well. Apple had to cope with problems with iMessage and FaceTime activation as well as preorder complications with the latest iPhone. These are simple to correct, however, the most recent bug can provide more of a challenge. There seems to be a severe camera buzzing problem with the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max models that need to be fixed.
When using third-party apps, some users have found issues with the 48-megapixel wide camera. In particular, some social media applications like Snapchat, Instagram, and TikTok may experience camera issues. Owners of the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max posted videos of a buzzing noise emanating from the camera on social media, which is more annoying than the failure to focus during Snapchat use.
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The iPhone 14 Pro camera issue
One of the 14 Pro Max users, YouTuber Luke Miani, posted a video of the problem on Twitter. As the camera tries to settle or focus, you can hear and see it vibrating.
In a longer video, the YouTuber went into more detail about the issue and provided a clearer look at the iPhone 14 Pro camera buzzing issue:
The concern is that third-party programs that make use of the camera on the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max could unintentionally set off the problem. The buzzing and shaking of the camera could harm the delicate parts. In turn, any damage to the camera could ruin the whole photography experience. Miani says the camera would fail to focus after the buzzing incident.
After the buzzing episode, the camera, according to Miani, would be unable to focus.
To solve it, Apple will probably release an update fairly soon. Similar to how iOS 16.0.1 was released to fix the iMessage and FaceTime activation issues
Miani was able to return and get a replacement for the iPhone 14 Pro Max that had the buzzing camera problem. For users of the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max, that is a simple repair.
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