Apple released iOS 16 this Monday, and it’s been updated more quickly by users than iOS 15. While it’s a great update for older iPhone owners, it looks like Apple discovered it would cause some problems for the iPhone 14 Series.
iPhone 14 series may experience some minor errors when activating and transferring data from older iPhone versions.
iOS 16.0.1 update to fix some bugs on iPhone 14
However, don’t worry, iOS 16.0.1 version is out and your phone will prompt you to install this update before going through the settings. To avoid any problems, follow this guide.
This update also fixes two other issues. One affects the iPhone 14 Pro Max and causes the enlarged (horizontal) photo to be blurry. Another cause of single sign-on applications not being able to authenticate.
By the way, a bigger update, iOS 16.1, is already in beta. It adds a battery percentage icon to some older iPhones, lets you remove the Apple Wallet app, and introduces a “Clean Energy Charging” feature. This system also tracks your daily habits, so it will make sure that your phone is charged when you need it.
The iPhone 14, 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max will be available tomorrow. So, if you’ve pre-ordered one (or plan to pick one up from the store), be sure to install the v16.0.1 update. The iPhone 14 Plus will be released on October 7.