Apple recently launched the iOS 16 for Apple iPhone users along with the new Apple iPhone 14, Apple iPhone 14 Pro and Apple iPhone 14 Pro and according to a latest report from The Wall Street Journal, the tech giant will release another update to the latest operating system next week. . The first public releases of the new operating system often contained some bugs, and iOS 16 was no exception. In recent days, we have seen numerous reports claiming that Apple iPhone users are having issues with third-party camera apps and clipboard permission prompts.
According to the report, the iOS 16 update is expected to fix these issues. Some major issues have been reported on the Apple iPhone 14 Pro models, such as the device crashing after transferring data from another iPhone. The Pro iPhone users also claim that the camera module vibrated when used in apps including Instagram, Snapchat and TikTok.
Apple has not made a public statement about the claims, but a report from MacRumors suggests the company will likely roll out iOS 16.0.2 soon. “We are aware of the issue and a fix will be released next week,” an Apple spokesperson told MacRumors.
Apple iOS 16 launched last week and comes with the biggest update ever to the lock screen and new sharing, communication and intelligence features that combine to change the way users experience the iPhone. iOS 16 introduces iCloud Shared Photo Library to seamlessly share a collection of photos with family, updates to Messages and Mail that make it easy for users to stay in touch, and powerful improvements to Live Text and Visual Look Up.
iOS 16 can be installed on all iPhone models launched in 2017 or later. This means that the iOS 16 is compatible with Apple iPhone 8 or later. The new iOS 16 will be available as an Over-the-air (OTA) update, meaning the new operating system will be available directly on iPhones.