Apple's iOS 16.0.2 update has resolved the iPhone 14 Pro Max Camera Ratting Issue, as well as a clipboard paste error

Apple's iOS 16.0.2 update has resolved the iPhone 14 Pro Max Camera Ratting Issue, as well as a clip ...

iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max are getting an update that fixed the previously controversial bugs. Apple was quick to issue the iOS 16.0.2 update that addressed non-contact touch input on some iPhone X, iPhone XR, and iPhone 11 displays after being removed. Some early iPhone 14 Pro series users claimed that the rear camera setup on their new smartphones would violently shake and make noises when open in third-party cameras.

On his iPhone, one member of the Gadgets 360 team received a notification (see screenshot) about the iOS 16.0.2 update. It also stated that the update reveals bug fixes for a camera problem that causes camera discomfort and blurry photos when shooting with some third-party software.

The first incident has triggered the iPhone 14 Pro models, and users took to Reddit to claim that the rear camera setup on their handsets violently shakes and makes noises when being used with third-party apps such as Snapchat and Instagram. Despite the fact that the iPhone 14 Pro models appear to be functioning without any difficulties.

The second glitch in the new feature, which relentlessly asked users for permission to paste something into an app, irritated most users. It was designed as a security feature to make the user aware that the content they are trying to paste may contain sensitive information. However, the permission popped-up every time they tried to paste text from another app.

The iOS 16.0.2 update is now available for iPhone 8 and later. It measures about 270MB in size and includes fixes for instances where display may appear completely black during device setup, VoiceOver is unavailable after rebooting, and issues where touch input was not responsive on some iPhone models following a service. Apart from these improvements, the update also includes significant security updates.