The iOS 16.0.3 update is now available for download. If you have an iPhone 8 or later model, you must have this update installed. You can upgrade your smartphone by going to the software update area of the settings app. The upgrade from iOS 16.0.3 cost 1.21 gigabytes on the iPhone 14 Pro Max; the gigabytes may vary depending on the iPhone model you have. The build number of iOS 16.0.2 is 208392.
Since Apple had such a tough launch with the newer iPhones, most of this update is exclusive to the iPhone 14 models. The first issue that Apple is addressing with the iOS 16.0.3 update is incoming calls and alerts. This repair was only for the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max models and did not affect other iPhone 14 models. We can conclude this problem by assuming that it has something to do with the A 16 Bionic processor.
This update also fixes the Apple CarPlay bug. If you were using Apple Car Play and people couldn’t hear you, you had to lower the microphone level, which should be fixed in this version. Many customers claimed that no matter how loud they yelled, the person on the other end of the phone call couldn’t hear them properly, no matter how loud they turned up their volume or how loud they talked. So it was a bug, and Apple notes here that on iPhone 14 models, the low microphone volume can occur during in-vehicle phone calls.
When you launch the camera app on an iPhone 14 model, it may take some time to launch the cameras or switch between cameras. This is addressed in the iOS 16.0.3 version. With the release of this software update, users will no longer have any problems using the camera program; in fact, using this application will be considerably smoother while using the camera, video or other built-in functions.
They also fixed an issue on all iPhones where email could crash on startup after receiving a malformed email with this update. After receiving a faulty e-mail, the e-mail program crashed on startup. Not only would it crash on startup, but this problem would lock you out of your email application for good unless you delete the email on another device. The main program would break on startup. This bug was known as mail Jack, and it was an email that was maliciously created from the field that you know when you receive an email showing that it was made malicious and causing the email to crash and you can’t more until you logged into that email account on another device and then deleted that email, which is fixed here with 16.0.3.
In terms of more fixes and tweaks, Apple hasn’t said anything specific, which is a bit disappointing. If you have an iPhone 14 Pro or iPhone 14 Pro Max and you see a low brightness level flickering when your iPhone was set to a lower average brightness in the dark areas of the screen. Since several users have experienced flickering, they have not said whether they have resolved this issue.
Many customers have reported that Wi-Fi issues are not working in general. As a result, wifi would simply disconnect and stop working. We hope that the release of iOS 16.0.3 will also fix this issue.
That’s it, folks! As for the software update, iOS 16.0.3 is a pretty solid update with recommended bug fixes. A question still unanswered by Apple will iOS 16.0.3 fix battery issues or not? Since Apple has been tight-lipped regarding this issue, users may get an update and notice the difference for themselves. If you noticed any other changes in iOS 16.0.3, let us know in the comment section below.
Until next time, with another topic. Until then, Toodles.