The changelog states that the update fixes an issue that “may cause camera shake and blurry images when shooting with some third-party apps.” This particular bug only plagued the iPhone 14 Pro and its Max version, both of which were equipped with second-generation image stabilization technology.
Several users have taken to social media and shared videos where the camera lens can be seen shaking randomly, making the subject look like a blurry mess with the constant motion. The problem also produced grinding noises and caused the phone to vibrate.
The camera shake issue was mostly reported for social media apps like TikTok, Snapchat, and Instagram when users opened the in-app camera system. When Digital Trends reached out to the support channels of both Snapchat and TikTok, we were advised to follow the steps that didn’t really address the inconvenience.
However, Apple soon confirmed that it was looking into the problem. To move forward quickly to squash the issue, the company has started rolling out the iOS 16.0.2 update via the stable channel, which claims to fix things with the camera system.
Clipboard drama is over
With iOS 16, Apple also introduced a feature that would display a prompt every time users wanted to copy from one app to another. However, this clipboard security feature has also started working recently. Affected users reported that they continued to be bombarded with clipboard permission prompts even after granting the app access to do so.
Soon after the complaints surfaced, Apple promised to fix the bug with an upcoming OS update. Well, iOS 16.0.2 is here, and it also takes care of clipboard annoyance.
If you are experiencing the same issues on your iPhone, you should install the update as soon as possible. To do this, just follow this path: Settings > General > Software Update. If iOS 16.0.2 update is available in your region, tap Download and install button to continue.