iOS 16 gets first big update especially for iPhone 14 Pro Max; Download this if you buy it
iOS 16 gets first big update ahead of iPhone 14 sale date. Know what all changes it brings to table.
It has been less than a week since the iOS 16 update went live and Apple has already released another one. However, this update is mostly pertains to the iPhone 14 series, which is yet to reach customers around the world. Apple is rolling out the iOS 16.0.1 update for the iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max, and it fixes a set of issues with the iPhone 14 models. And those getting the iPhone 14 models on September 16 need to download the iOS 16.0.1 patch as soon as possible and the reason is an important one.
The iOS 16.0.1 update fixes an issue with the iPhone 14 models that comes from the factory itself. It is said that the first batch of iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max come installed with an older version of iOS 16 that holds some bugs and issues. Hence, those transferring their data and settings from the older iPhone models will have a tough time with certain things.
The iOS 16.0.1 patch will fix issues that users might face while activating their new iPhone 14 and migrating their data from older models. While setting up the phone, one should download the update before proceeding.
iOS 16.0.1 is FIRST update for iPhone 14
Then there is another issue that causes enterprise single sign-on apps fail to authenticate. Lastly, the iPhone 14 Pro Max has a bug that causes zoomed in photos to be soft. There are a couple of other bug fixes issues for these phones as well.
At the moment, we haven't seen the update hit older iPhone 13 models. Hence, it is only the iPhone 14 series that is getting the update on priority.
However, a bigger iOS 16.1 update is coming soon to all iPhones running on iOS 16 at the moment. This update is said to bring the battery percentage meter to the left out iPhone models, allows you to delete the Apple Wallet app, and another one related to charging – Clean Energy Charging. This feature will let your iPhone check the status of the local power grid and will charge when low carbon emission generators are working. It also tracks your daily routine and keeps your iPhone charged when you need it.