The iPhone 14 series is reported to have iOS 16.0.3 update installed, which will address and fix previously identified issues related to Mailjack bug and others that caused low volume during CarPlay phone calls made on iPhone 14 Pro, display flickering on some models iPhone after installation. to low brightness, a bug when editing cinematic-mode videos shot on iPhone in Final Cut Pro and iMovie on Mac, among other bug fixes and performance-related optimizations, according to a Macrumors report.
The latest iOS 16.0.3 update comes after the iPhone manufacturer released the iOS 16.0.2 update in late September, which fixes a bug on iPhone 14 Pro models that caused it to shake and creak when recording video in third-party apps. like TikTok. Instagram and Snapchat. The previous update also resolved issues, including an issue that caused a black screen to appear when setting up the device, and an issue that caused the touch screen on some iPhone X, iPhone XR, and iPhone 11 models to become unusable after service.
The latest update fixes a Mailjack bug that allowed a simple email from any external user using certain syntax in the “from” field in the iCloud Mail app to block users from their own accounts, according to report. The update also fixes an issue that was reported by several users when they complained about screen flickering caused by setting their screens to low brightness, the report says.
iPhone 14 Pro users also seem to have received a fix for CarPlay issues that caused low volume during phone calls with the latest update. The update also addresses user complaints when editing videos shot in cinematic mode that were not recognized by iMovie and Final Cut Pro editing tools on iPhone and Mac, respectively.
The iPhone maker is also reportedly set to release the iOS 16.1 update later this month, which should improve the battery percentage indicator present in the status bar of an iOS 16 iPhone with a redesign that will add a black area inside the battery icon to represent the battery. the percentage remaining on the device and the charge percentage indicator that will appear on Dynamic Island after the charger is connected.
Users can check if the iOS 16.0.3 update is available on their devices by going to Settings > General > Software update.