iPhone users breathe a sigh of relief: the first major iOS 16 update fixes the worst bugs

A few days earlier than planned, but eagerly awaited by many iPhone users, Apple released the update to iOS 16.0.2 overnight. released.

Around a week after the release of the iPhone 14, the most obvious software errors of the Pro models are fixed. With the new Apple phones, some users struggled with a camera shake issue when using third-party apps like Instagram, TikTok, or Snapchat. This should now be a thing of the past with the update.

Another annoying error occurred especially with newly set up devices: when copying and pasting content between different apps, permission was asked each time, although this had long been granted. This bug should no longer occur with iOS 16.0.2.

Further innovations according to the change log:

  • During the device configuration it could happen that the display is completely black. This bug has been fixed.
  • VoiceOver may not have been available after restarting.
  • Fixed an issue where some iPhone X, iPhone XR, and iPhone 11 displays stopped responding to operator inputs after servicing.

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