Apple Preparing iOS 16.0.3 With More Bug Fixes Following iPhone 14 Launch

iOS 16.0.2 was released last month with several fixes for iPhone 14 issues, excessive copy and paste permissions prompts, and more. Now, clues point to Apple planning to release iOS 16.0.3 with additional bug fixes.

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Hints of an upcoming software update for iOS 16.0.3 have surfaced in MacRumors Analysis logs, which have been a reliable indicator in the past.

There are still some remaining iOS 16 bugs that iOS 16.0.3 would hopefully fix, including a low volume issue on CarPlay calls made with an iPhone 14 Pro, display flickering on some iPhone models when brightness is set low, a string of text that can crash the Mail app, an error when attempting to edit videos in Cinema mode taken on an iPhone in Final Cut Pro and iMovie on Mac, and more.

It’s unclear when Apple plans to release iOS 16.0.3, but our best guess is this week or next week, as iOS 16.1 is expected to be released later this month. iOS 16.1 adds support for Live Activity in third-party apps, a new Clean Energy Charging option for US users, support for Matter accessories in the Home app, Apple Fitness+ without Apple Watch, a battery percentage icon for additional iPhone models and more .

Consecutive iOS updates focused on bug fixes take precedence. iOS 15.0.1 and iOS 15.0.2 were released 10 days apart last year, while iOS 11.0.2 and iOS 11.0.3 were released eight days apart after the launch of the iPhone 8 in 2017.

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