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iOS 16.0.2 Released to Fix iPhone 14 Pro Camera Problems


Apple released iOS 16.0.2 in an effort to solve problems with the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max cameras. This update also fixes the command bug copy and paste in iOS 16.

Less than a week since Apple launched its iPhone 14 lineup, users have reported severe camera shake when opening third-party apps.

The problem can now be resolved thanks to the presence of the iOS 16.0.2 update. The update rolled out to the iPhone 14 series ahead of schedule.

Reported GSM Arenacamera shaking seems to be due to the second generation sensor shift OIS system in the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max duo.


Some users have reported loud vibrations and grinding noises emanating from the camera when opening non-Apple apps that use the camera. As a result, the camera cannot be used for these applications.

However, a similar problem does not affect all iPhone 14 Pro users.

Other fixes were also issued with the update. There are some complaints about the order copy and paste the latest that came with iOS 16.

The command will ask the user for permission to copy and paste content between apps. The frequency is quite annoying for some users.

The update also fixes an issue that seemed to break touch input for some users. HP iPhone touch input is not responsive.


The bug problem was discovered after the user made a display change. The issue affects the iPhone X, iPhone XR, and iPhone 11.

The update is now rolling out to all supported iPhones. To pull that update, just go to Settings > General > Software Update.

The operating system update applies to iPhones that support iOS 16. Apple provides it to all iPhone users in various countries. [SN/IF]

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