Apple today released iOS 16.3 to all supported devices, as promised last week. If your iPhone is compatible and hasn’t notified you of an update, you can manually install it by going to Settings > General > Software Update.
Apple has released iOS 16.3, watchOS 9.3
The Security Keys feature is new in iOS 16.3. It supports two-factor physical authentication. There are also new Unity wallpapers and support for the recently announced HomePod Gen 2.
The Emergency SOS feature has been fine-tuned to prevent accidental calls; you activate it by holding the side button as well as the volume up or down button, but the call will not go through until you release the buttons.
Of course, there are numerous fixes, including one in Freeform where some strokes made with a finger or Apple Pencil did not appear on the shared pad, causing the background image to appear black on the screen. close the door…
An issue that prevented Siri from correctly responding to music requests has also been resolved, as have problems with Siri requests in CarPlay.
Apple has also released iOS 15.7 for those who are still using iOS 15. Apple also released an update to iOS 12.5 with security and bug fixes for those using iOS 12.
Finally, watchOS 9.3 is now available, with new watch faces, bug fixes, and performance enhancements. It is accessible via the iPhone’s Apple Watch app.