Apple has released a software update for its iPhone devices that, among other improvements, addresses the camera shake some users were experiencing while using the camera with third-party applications, such as Snapchat and TikTok.

Last week, we reported on an issue some iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max users were experiencing wherein the integrated sensor-shift image stabilization went into overdrive with certain third-party apps, causing the entire image to violently shake, sometimes to the point of making audible noise as it presumably hit the limits of its confines within the camera module.

Apple announced shortly after that it would address this issue with a firmware update and now it’s delivered in the form of iOS 16.0.2, the latest public, non-beta version of iOS 16.

In addition to a few other small bug fixes, the changelog notes iOS 16.0.2 fixes an issue wherein the ‘camera may vibrate and cause blurry photos when shooting with some third-party apps.’

The update should be available for all iOS devices from the iPhone 8 onwards. To check, go into Settings > General > Software Update.