iOS 16 fixes a bug that was felt when taking photos or recording with TikTok, Instagram, and other apps.
Manzana released this week the first major update to its new mobile operating system iOS 16, and it did so sooner than expected: it so happens that on its latest phone, iPhone 14, a system bug caused the camera to shake when taking photos or recording with TikTok, Instagram and other apps.
Earlier this week, Apple confirmed that it would release an update next, aimed at addressing a handful of bugs that had been plaguing users, including an annoying copy-paste permissions bug and another that generated this strange behavior with the camera.
According to the update text, this version fixes an issue with the iPhone camera, which “may shake and cause blurry photos when taking photos with some third-party apps on iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.”
Apple hadn’t detailed what was causing the camera shake, but it appears to be just a software issue as it’s being fixed via an iOS update. However, the problem was not very widespread, that is, it did not happen to all users equally.
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Another frustrating issue was the spate of pop-ups asking users if the app had permission to read clipboard data.
This permissions feature had been designed to protect users’ privacy, as the message highlighted when applications were reading the clipboard where sensitive data could be stored, even when Users did not know what was happening.
TikTok, for example, was found guilty of “peeping” at clipboard data, as were dozens of other iOS apps. But in iOS 16, the message was appearing repeatedly which became annoying and annoying.
An Apple executive recently admitted in an email to an affected user, reported by MacRumors, that popup windows of paste permissions did not represent the expected behavior and would be fixed soon.
He suggested that the problem was not detected internally at Apple during testing, but the company acknowledged that many users had the same problem.
This is also among today’s fixes, according to the update text notes.
An issue where VoiceOver was not available on restart is also being addressed with this release; another where touch input was unresponsive on some older device models (X, XR, 11); and a problem where the screen appeared completely black during device setup.
There was a hint that Apple had moved quickly to address this initial set of bugs when beta testers found these issues patched in the latest vpublic beta version (beta 2) yesterday.
The iOS 16.0.2 software update is rolling out now to all iOS users. If it still doesn’t show up, you can visit the Software Update section in Settings to check for the update directly.