Date released: 09-03-2020
Description: Apple has released iOS 16.0.0 for the iPhone XS, XR, 11, 12, 13, and iPad Pro 9th generation, along with iOS 16.0.x beta versions for the iPhone 8, 8 Plus, X, 11 series, 12 series, and iPad Pro 6th generation devices.
Bug fixes in version 16.0.1 include fixing issues where users were unable to access their device’s Wi-Fi settings after upgrading to iOS 16.0.
Other bug fixes addressed issues related to Bluetooth audio quality, battery charging/discharging speed, Face ID issues, and much more.
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Apple released iOS version 16.0.1, specifically for iPhones running on the A14 processor. The update is said to fix bugs associated with LTE connectivity, Wi-Fi access, and Siri voice recognition. In addition to these, the following fixes have been included in the release:
Fixes an issue that could cause FaceTime calls to drop unexpectedly
Fixes an issue where Safari would not load some websites correctly Adds Japanese language support Updates the keyboard to match the latest iOS experience The bug fixes mentioned above were discovered after the release of iOS 16.0.
As Apple rolls out its latest update to iPhones around the world today, users have been reporting issues that affect the performance of devices. According to Apple’s release notes, the bug fix includes improvements to battery charging, system stability and Wi-Fi reliability.
The new software version 17.0.2 is rolling out over the air now. For those who want to check their device manually, here’s how to do it right now:
- Tap on updates at the bottom
- Find the build number (it should say 9A405) and tap on it
If you don’t see the new update yet, just keep checking back — it could take a while before everyone gets the update.
Apple released iOS 16.0.0, which contains bug fixes. Apple didn’t provide any information about what those fixes were, but if you own an iPhone 11, 12, 13, 15, or 16 series device, you’ll want to update. You may have already installed iOS 16.0.x update, but it’s always good to make sure. The list should show iOS 16.0.01 (or whatever version number). Tap Download and Install, and let the update happen. Then reboot your phone.
macOS High Sierra 10.13.3 was released yesterday, bringing with it some fixes for the 2019 MacBook Pro models. Head over to the MacRumors forum thread for details. In addition, the latest macOS Mojave 10.14.5 beta 2 release was posted today. There are still bugs in both releases, including one that affects the Bluetooth audio connection between devices. To get started, go to the System Preferences app and click on Sound. Click on Output and select the correct sound card. Make sure the Enable Bluetooth option is enabled. Now try playing music or video. If the connection drops out, open up Terminal and run these commands: kill all CoreAudio; sleep 5 && kill all CoreAudio. Restarting the system will fix the problem.
iTunes 17.1.3 brings improvements to the iPad Pro 2018-2019 models. Updates include fixing performance issues and adding support for Apple Pencil. Go to the App Store to grab it.