This Thursday (22), Apple released version 16.0.2 of iOS for all compatible devices. The main focus of the update is to fix some problems, one of them being what made the cameras of the iPhones 14 and 14 Pro shake. Also, the constant pop-ups that appeared whenever users tried to paste something should also no longer appear.
Remember the iPhone 14 Pro problem
a few days ago, we report that some users of the iPhones 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max had taken to social media to complain about the cameras on the device.
There was a specific problem, actually, and it was in the main sensor, the 48 megapixel sensor, of the cell phone: it shook a lot when opening third-party apps, such as Instagram, Snapchat and TikTok.
Up until Damian Munoza well-known content creator, pointed out that the camera on a newly purchased device was making so much noise that you could hear it.
the reporter Mark Gurmangives Bloomberg, then contacted Apple. The company said it had already identified the flaw and was already working to fix it.
With iOS version 16.0.2 released today, users should no longer face any issues when recording videos on their favorite social networks.
Fix also goes for popups when copying and pasting
Another bug that was annoying many users in iOS 16 was the constant pop-ups asking permission when copying and pasting content.
Even after a user allowed an app to access the clipboard, the system would ask if the user really wanted to perform the paste action.
Just last week, Apple also confirmed that this shouldn’t happen and had promised a fix for the bug.
Apps should now only ask for clipboard access the first time you paste content.
Other bug fixes
In addition to these bug fixes, Apple also claims to fix a bug that caused the iPhone screen to appear completely black during setup.
Another bug that the company fixed was the one that left iPhones X, XR and 11 with the screen swapped unresponsive when updating to iOS 16; a bug that made VoiceOver unavailable when restarting the smartphone has also been fixed.
With information: 9to5Mac