iOS 16.0.1 was released on September 24, 2020, just ahead of the iPhone 14 launch. This new version of iOS includes fixes for setup and migration issues that were affecting some users who were upgrading to the new iPhone 11, iPhone 12, and iPhone SE (2nd generation).
What’s new in iOS 16.0.1?
Apple has released iOS 16.0.1, an update that fixes a number of bugs that were present in the initial release of iOS 16.
One of the most important fixes is for an issue that could cause migration from an old iPhone to a new iPhone to fail. This could have resulted in data loss for some users, so it’s good to see that Apple has addressed the issue with a quick fix.
Other notable fixes include a problem that caused some visual Voicemails to not appear in the Phone app, and an issue that prevented Reminders from being synced between iCloud and Exchange accounts.
As always, you can install the update by going to Settings > General > Software Update on your iPhone or iPad.
How to update your iPhone to iOS 16.0.1
Apple has released iOS 16.0.1 for the iPhone, fixing a number of bugs that were discovered in the initial release of iOS 16.
If you have an iPhone that is compatible with iOS 16, you can update to the new software by going to Settings > General > Software Update. The update should show up as iOS 16.0.1 and is around 1GB in size.
Once you’ve downloaded and installed the update, your iPhone will be running the latest version of iOS. This includes all of the new features and changes that come with iOS 16, as well as the bug fixes that are included in this minor update.
If you were experiencing any issues with your iPhone after updating to iOS 16, they should now be fixed after updating to iOS 16.0.1.
What’s coming in the iPhone 14?
The iPhone 14 is expected to launch in September 2020, and it’s already generating a lot of excitement. Though not much is known about the phone yet, there are some features that are rumored to be included.
One of the most anticipated features is 5G support. The iPhone 14 is expected to be one of the first phones to offer 5G connectivity. This will allow for faster download and upload speeds, as well as better latency.
Another feature that is rumored to be included in the iPhone 14 is an OLED display. OLED displays offer better image quality than traditional LCD displays. They also consume less power, which could help improve battery life.
Finally, the iPhone 14 is also rumored to feature improved cameras. The main camera is said to be getting an upgrade, and there may also be a new rear-facing ultrawide camera. These upgrades would make the iPhone 14 even more capable of capturing great photos and videos.
With the release of iOS 16.0.1, users can now update their devices to fix issues with setup and migration for the new iPhone 14 models. This update comes just in time for the launch of the new phones, which are set to hit store shelves later this month. If you’ve been having trouble with your iPhone 14 setup or migrating your data from an older device, be sure to update to iOS 16.0.1 as soon as possible.