The iPhone 14 series is presently riddled with bugs that mar the experience of using the latest flagships. But Apple is reportedly working on an iOS 16.0.3 update that will address key issues like the earlier reported Mailjack bug, low volume during CarPlay phone calls, display flickers, and error in editing Cinematic Mode videos in Final Cut Pro and iMovie on Macs.
iOS 16.0.3 Set To Roll Out Later This Month
The upcoming iOS 16.0.3 will follow the rollout of the iOS 16.0.2 which was released late in September. iOS 16.0.2 also fixed the infamous camera shake bug when recording videos on third party apps like Instagram, Snapchat, and TikTok. Additionally, the update fixed an issue that displayed a black screen when setting up the device, and another that disabled the touchscreen of older models like the iPhone X, iPhone XR and iPhone 11 after they were serviced.
In the upcoming update, Apple is set to fix the Mailjack bug that would allow a simple email from external users using a certain syntax in the “from” field in the Mail app to lock users out of their own accounts. It will also fix an issue of screen flickering when the screen brightness was set on low.
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iPhone 14 Pro users have also been complaining of low volume on CarPlay calls, which will be fixed in the upcoming update. Along with that, the update will fix Cinematic Mode videos not being recognised by iMovie and Final Cut Pro software on iPhones and MacBooks.
iOS 16.0.3 is set to roll out later this month, which will also include new features like an improved battery percentage indicator. The new update will introduce a black area inside the battery icon to notify the battery percentage more visibly, and a charging percentage indicator on the Dynamic Island in the iPhone 14 Pro models when the charger is plugged in.
Curiously missing is any update that will enable the iPhones to support 5G networks in India. This feature has been long-anticipated ever since telecom operators like Airtel and Reliance Jio launched their 5G services in select cities earlier this month.