iOS 16 is coming to smartphones around the world. If you bought an iPhone 14 or iPhone 14 Pro, your phone already comes with it, and if you have an older iPhone, it should be available for download. If you’ve been trying to fix the bugs, however, iOS 16.0.2 has been released with a lot of them.
This update doesn’t include any feature additions, but rather is chock full of bug fixes and security patches. The most important solution in tow with iOS 16.0.2 is a solution for iPhone 14 Pro camera problems. In case you missed our coverage, users started reporting online that the camera was physically swinging on third party apps like Snapchat and Instagram, resulting in a blurry picture and nasty noise coming from the camera module. This new iOS update should fix the problem on your brand new phone.
The update also fixed other issues that not only affected the iPhone 14 Pro, but all other iPhones as well. We have a solution for an annoying copy and paste bug where the operating system will ask for permission every time you copy and paste something between apps. The update also addresses an issue where the display may appear completely black during installation and another where the screen on some older iPhones (X, XR, 11) would not respond if they were serviced.
Here’s the full changelog, courtesy of Apple:
- Camera may shake and cause blurry photos when shooting with some third party apps on iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max
- The display may appear completely black during device setup
- Copying and pasting between apps may cause you to see a permission request more than expected
- VoiceOver may not be available after reboot
- Resolves an issue where touch unresponsive on some iPhone X, iPhone XR, and iPhone 11 displays after service
The change log should appear on Apple’s iOS 16 update page but it still doesn’t appear there at the time of publication.
If you have encountered any problems after installing iOS 16 or if you have resisted due to online reports, be sure to install it now.
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