The Cupertino company has just released the most recent update to the iPhone Operating System, we are talking about iOS 16.0.3, which is accompanied by the Apple Watch Operating System, which is none other than watchOS 9.0.2.
You can now update your iPhone to prevent numerous errors in cameras, notifications and battery consumption. In this way, keeping your iPhone updated will allow you to maintain its functionalities without losing performance, and above all to win in the security section, perhaps the most relevant of all. iPhone and Apple Watch updates are now available via OTA (Over The Air).
To update your iPhone just go to Settings > General > Software Updatethere you can see which version you are in at the moment, as well as the availability of the new version.
The complete list of new features of iOS 16.0.3, which is especially focused on improving the performance of the iPhone 14, we leave it to you below:
- Fixes an issue that could cause call and app notifications to be delayed on iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max.
- Fixes a bug that could cause the microphone volume during a CarPlay call to be too low.
- Fixes an issue that could cause the Camera app to be slow to launch or appear when switching between apps on iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.
- Fixes a bug that could cause Mail to quit unexpectedly when receiving mail with certain errors.
In the same way, watchOS 9.0.2 also comes loaded:
- Fixes a bug that could cause Spotify streaming to fail.
- Fixes a bug that could cause the notification to snooze an alarm to still be present after deleting the alarm using AssistiveTouch.
- Fixes an issue that could cause information in the Fitness or Wallet app to not fully sync to a newly paired Apple Watch.
- Fixes an issue that could cause microphone audio to drop out on new Apple Watches.