The high-end iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max were only announced by Apple on Friday, and already there are already concerns regarding an odd camera bug.
When using third-party camera apps like TikTok, Snapchat, and Instagram, some users of Apple’s new high-end phones, which start at $999 and $1,099, respectively, have experienced issues. Some people have felt a physical trembling of the rear camera, which blurred their pictures and made a buzzing or grinding sound.
Although CNBC was unable to reproduce the problem, Apple has acknowledged its presence. A representative for Apple told CNBC, “We are aware of the issue and a remedy will be published next week.

Videos demonstrating the weakness have been posted by Twitter accounts and Reddit users. Luke Miani, a YouTuber, posted a video to Twitter demonstrating how his iPhone 14 Pro Max camera vibrates when using Snapchat, resulting in a fuzzy image. In Miani’s video, you can also hear a loud buzzing sound coming from the phone’s camera.
It’s unclear what’s causing the issue, but The Guardian, which was among the first to report on it, speculated that it might be connected to the phone’s optical image stabilisation feature, which is intended to mitigate the effects of a shaky camera hand.