Apple has published iOS 16.0.2, fixing a number of flaws that users of the iPhone 14 have been reporting since the launch of the new smartphones. Two weeks have passed since the release of iOS 16.0.1, which was made accessible to iPhone 14 users on launch day. All iPhones with iOS 16 compatibility can receive the update.
By heading to Settings > General > Software Update on an iPhone that qualifies, the iOS 16.0.2 update can be downloaded over-the-air.
According to Apple’s release notes, iOS 16.0.2 reportedly fixes a number of flaws that have been affecting iPhone 14 models and other iPhones running iOS 16. It overcomes a glitch that resulted in repeated copy and paste popups, it repairs a bug that made the display seem dark during setup, and it fixes a bug that might shake and vibrate the camera while using third-party camera apps.
Additionally, it resolves a problem that made some iPhone X, XR, and iPhone 11 models with replacement displays unresponsive after installing iOS 16.
The following are the update’s release notes from Apple: For your iPhone, this update offers the following bug fixes and crucial security updates: On the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max, some third-party apps may cause the camera to vibrate and produce fuzzy images. When setting up a gadget, the display could be completely black. A permission prompt can occur more frequently than usual when you copy and paste between apps. After rebooting, VoiceOver might not be available. fixes problems that were discovered soon after the release of the new iPhones, including those that caused touch input on some iPhone X, iPhone XR, and iPhone 11 displays to become unresponsive after servicing. The rear camera shakes uncontrollably when recording videos in apps like Snapchat due to the camera vibration issue, which is one of the more serious flaws.
Apple stated last week that the copy and paste problem was not typical behaviour. The problem has already been resolved in the iOS 16.1 beta, and apps are not supposed to request access to the clipboard with each and every attempt to paste.
iOS 16.1, which will be released alongside iPadOS 16.1 sometime in October, is already under development by Apple.