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Apple set to issue fix for iPhone 14 Pro 'shaking uncontrollably'
Some users of the new iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max report that their phone starts to shake and even rattle when they try to take pictures using popular apps like Instagram, TikTok, and Snapchat.
"We're aware of the issue and a fix will be released next week," an Apple spokesperson told CNET, ZDNET's sister site.
This won't be the first fix Apple has issued regarding the new devices. The company has already released iOS 16.0.1 to patch various issues related to the new iPhones. Among other problems addressed, Apple reportedly noted that "photos may appear soft when zooming in landscape orientation on iPhone 14 Pro Max."