Apple Rolls Out IOS 16.0.3, Fixes A Number Of Bugs On IPhone 14

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Screnews – Apple has rolled out the latest version of iOS 16 for iPhone users again. Comes with the name iOS 16.0.3, this update is aimed at a number of bugs that are still encountered in the iPhone 14.

Quoted from GSM Arena, Wednesday (12/10/2022), this update can be downloaded by iPhone users with a size of about 1GB. A number of updates that are presented through this update are also revealed by Apple in its description.

One of the improvements with this update is that notifications are delayed and don’t appear at all. This issue is known to occur on iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max users. Also, another issue that this update resolves is the volume being too low when making phone calls via Apple CarPlay. According to Apple, this issue is encountered in a number of iPhone 14 models.

Apple also says this update fixes a camera issue on the iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max that runs too slowly. Finally, this update addresses an issue where the Mail app crashes when receiving malformed emails. For iPhone users who haven’t updated, you can check for this update in the Settings menu > General > Software update.

In the last month, Apple has also released the iOS 16.2 update for iPhone users globally. Through this update, Apple fixes a number of bugs, not only for iPhone users, but also for other models. One of the bugs that is a problem is the camera on the iPhone 14 Pro, where users find the lens moving uncontrollably when opening third-party applications. In addition, this iOS 16 update also fixes a bug where a copy and paste window appears every time the user highlights text.

Apple is rolling out the iOS 16 software update to iPhone users around the world. Various features are presented in the latest version of Apple’s operating system. With the iOS 16 update, Apple wants to make things even easier for iPhone users. One of them in updating iPhone applications.

The reason is that for a smartphone, applications are things that make cellphones useful, including the iPhone. Without the app, users can’t explore their iPhone. Therefore, it is important to make sure the application is always up-to-date or using the latest version. In addition to ensuring security, application updates also ensure the latest features can be enjoyed. Fortunately the iPhone can automatically update all applications for the user. Users can also update their apps one by one manually.

Here’s how to update all apps automatically on iOS 16:

  1. Open Settings on Home ScreeniPhone
  2. Scroll down and tap App Store
  3. Under the Automatic Downloads section, slide the slider to the right (until it turns green) to perform App updates

How to manually update apps on iOS 16:

  1. Go to App Store on iPhone Home Screen
  2. Click your profile icon in the top right corner
  3. Users can see if there are updates available for the applications installed on the iPhone
  4. Users can update them one by one by clicking the Update button next to the application
  5. Users can update all applications by clicking the blue Update all option just below the heading automatic updates
  6. Users can now enjoy new features and security updates in the application. Repeat this process in the future if necessary.

Please note, iOS 16 brings an overhaul to the lock screen of iPhone users. However, the change in appearance is not to everyone’s taste. With iOS 16, Apple changed the way users interact with iPhone lock screen notifications. One of the most noticeable changes to notifications is that they now appear in different places.

Citing Digital Trends, Thursday (22/9/2022), now by default users will see a notification at the bottom of the lock screen. The notifications are stacked on top of each other. This also makes a big difference for many users. Unfortunately, there is no way to move user notifications back to the top. However, there is another way to make your iPhone notifications more accessible.

If users want to keep seeing each notification separately on the iPhone’s lock screen, Apple offers a way to customize their notifications. Notifications will still appear at the bottom of the screen, but users can break them down into lists so they don’t overlap. This will make the notification easier to read.

How to make notifications look complete on iOS 16 lock screen

  1. Go to Settings
  2. Tap the Notifications menu
  3. Enter the Display as session and select the display mode you want to use. Currently by default, iOS 16 selects Stack, where notifications or notifications are stacked at the bottom of the screen.

If the user selects List, the notifications on the lock screen will be removed from the stack so the user can view them separately.

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