Last week we were able to update our iPhones to the new version iOS 16.3. And we saw that there were some very interesting new features in it, such as the possibility of two-factor authentication in Apple ID accounts, among others. But it seems that some users are complaining about problems with notifications, and with iCloud syncs after updating their devices.
A series of small errors that those from Cupertino want to correct quickly with a new version of iOS, the 16.3.1. An update that they are finishing, while they continue to prepare the first beta of iOS 16.4 and of course, with a day of the month of June marked in red on the calendars of Apple’s iOS developers. The first day of WWDC 2023, where iOS 17 will be presented. How to request a vacation in Apple Park now….
Apple is likely to release a new update for iPhones next week. Be iOS 16.3.1 and it will fix some bugs that have been found in the current iOS 16.3 version that was released late last month.
Above all, some errors that have been detected when synchronizing some iPhones with iCloud services. In Cupertino they are aware of this, and they are already working to correct said synchronization and notification “bugs”, releasing a new version of the current iOS 16.3.
iOS 16.4 beta
And all this while in Apple Park they continue working on the first beta of iOS 16.4. A beta that will include some functions announced by Apple and that did not arrive in time to be implemented in the current version of iOS. New features like Apple Pay Later for financed purchases, an Apple Card savings account option for Daily Cash, opt-in web push notifications via Safari, etc. We will see if these new features are already included in the next beta.
And without forgetting that the month of June is already near. A month where the traditional conference will be held WWDC 2023 for Apple developers, where this year’s new software for all Apple devices will be presented, including iOS 17.