Apple has now published an update for the iPhone 14 series that resolves several minor flaws in the new iPhones since they were introduced. The latest version, roughly 1GB in size, fixes several problems with the microphone, alerts, and other features.
The Latest Update Introduces the Following Changes
Notifications: On the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max, the new iOS 16.0.3 update corrects the problem with alerts that appear late or never.
Low microphone: The update also resolves a low microphone volume bug that previously complicated Apple CarPlay phone conversations.
Slow camera app: The latest version also addresses the issue of the camera app opening slowly.
Mail app: Another issue causing users to experience crashes when the Mail app first launched after receiving specific emails has been fixed.
On the iPhone 14, Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max, a problem with delayed notifications has been fixed in iOS 16.0.3.
Apple has not yet published an update to enable 5G on iPhones made for India.
If You are updating your iPhone 14 Pro, follow these steps
- Go to Settings
- Select General
- Software Update on your iPhone 14 series smartphone to check for the most recent OTA update.
- To download and install the update.
- Adhere to the on-screen directions.
With the iOS 16.1 upgrade, which is now accessible to customers on the beta channel, Apple may unlock 5G on iPhones in India. The beta version gave users a sneak peek at a new Live Activities feature that would display real-time data, such as sports scores or the status of your Uber, to users on the lock screen. Apple debuted the feature for the first time during the WWDC 2022 event earlier this year.
It also includes adjustments, such as the removal of the Wallet. The app could previously only be deleted from the Home screen. More information about the planned features will be available in the coming weeks.