More problems with the camera are being reported by iPhone 14 Pro owners

Bugs with the camera are being reported by iPhone 14 Pro owners.

iPhone 14 has a lot of bugs. Yesterday, it was said that the camera on the iPhone 14 Pro doesn’t work well with some third-party apps. Today, it’s said that some buyers are having trouble with the Camera app.

Several Mac Rumors readers have said that when the Camera app is opened on the iPhone 14 Pro, it takes about four to five seconds to load. The problem only happens when you open the camera after having closed it, which means that it happens when the Camera app is running in the background.

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If you close the Camera app by hand and then open it again, or if you restart the phone and then open the Camera app, you probably won’t have this problem. When the app is set to video mode, it also doesn’t happen.

This doesn’t seem to be a very common problem, though, and it doesn’t always happen when the Camera app is opened. It seems to only happen to people with an iPhone 14 Pro or Pro Max. The problem hasn’t affected third-party camera apps, and the iOS 16.0.1 update doesn’t have a fix for it.

Resetting the phones to factory settings doesn’t help, and neither does restarting them. One user who is having this problem thinks it might be a problem with how RAM is managed.

The bug in the iPhone 14 Pro camera is the latest problem that early adopters have found.

Even though the iPhone 14 has only been out for a week, a lot of bugs have already been found, making this one of the most buggy launches.

Many iPhone 14 Pro users have complained and posted videos showing that the cameras make rattling and grinding noises and that the main camera lens vibrates out of control when recording video with third-party apps like TikTok, Instagram, and Snapchat, resulting in shaky clips. Luke Miani, a YouTuber, had this problem and noticed that it made the lens hard to focus. The Apple Store gave him a new unit.

Apple has told Engadget that they will fix it with an update next week.

Early users of the iPhone 14 also ran into bugs like the Pro models freezing after a data transfer and not being able to receive iMessages or FaceTime calls. Some of these problems were fixed by the iOS 16.0.1 update, which came out not too long ago.

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