Earlier last week, I was one of those people who experienced this problem. At first, I freaked out, but then I remembered that a few number of PS4’s are experiencing this problem. If you are one those people experiencing this problem, there’s an easy fix to it. The problem is pretty much a power surge and one of the ways to fix it is to power cycle your PlayStation 4.
Assuming you are experiencing this problem and are so annoyed, the first step is to hold down the power button until the system beeps twice. Then wait about 30 seconds until all system lights are off, unplug the power cable, and leave it be for three minutes. Plug everything back in and your PS4 should be running normally again.
If your PS4 somehow still has the PS4 auto-eject problem despite doing a power cycle, Sony recommends sending your unit for repair.