Apple solved the problems of lack of focus and permanent vibration that its new iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max were presenting with the release of the iOS 16.0.2 update . The patch puts an end to primary lens issues when using the camera with third-party apps like Instagram and TikTok.
As far as is known, the update is available for the iPhone 8 and later versions of the Apple phone. According to the information published by the company on its support website, the update also solves other problems related to the operation of the iPhone that were causing problems for users .
One of them is the fact that the device screen could appear completely black during the configuration of the device, another aspect is that when copying and pasting between applications, a dialog box may appear requesting permissions to be able to carry out the action and The VoiceOver feature may be temporarily unavailable when you restart your phone.
The update also fixes an issue where touch input was unresponsive on some iPhone X, iPhone XR, and iPhone 11 screens after receiving service .
The release of this update occurs after the company announced days ago that it was working to solve the problems that its users had been reporting in recent weeks. It is noteworthy that the first update of the new iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max arrives less than a month after they were launched on the market , which could be seen as a failure on the part of the company in terms of optimization. refers.
This is especially striking considering that the faults are present in the most expensive terminals of the new family of equipment, which would be thought to be the most refined by Apple. Other versions of the new equipment, such as the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus, did not present similar flaws .
Apple also announced the watchOS 9.0.1 update, an update for the company's smartwatches that ends bugs that caused calls to sound distorted when using the watch's speaker.
All these updates can already be downloaded from the corresponding devices to be installed automatically.