Recently, Apple released the first major update for the latest iOS 16 that too ahead of the schedule. What’s more, the tech giant has even confirmed it will release yet another release next week to fix several bugs. These bugs include, copy and paste permissions-related bugs and the camera shake when recording video for third-party apps.
It is important to note that even though Apple confirmed that it will release fixes next week. However, the company didn’t reveal the exact time or date. What’s more, people were shocked to see the iOS 16.0.2 update arrive so early.
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Here is what the new iOS 16 update will fix
According to the official update text, it will fix an issue with the iPhone camera. The issue was responsible for blurry photos when shooting with some third-party apps, including Tik Tok.
Apple didn’t offer any details about the issue, in regards to what was causing the issue. However, it appears as if it was a software-related issue as a software update fixed it. Moreover, the bug was not that widespread.
That’s not all, Apple iPhone users were also getting a lot of pop-ups asking me if the particular app has read access to data in the clipboard. It was supposed to be a feature to protect user privacy. The notification will highlight if a particular app is accessing data from the clipboard, without user knowledge. The privacy feature red-flagged several apps, including Tik Tok and other apps. However, the pop-up was coming too many times which was annoying.
According to MacRumors, a senior guy from Apple emailed the affected users that the pop-ups are not behaving as expected. The company is working on fixing it. The guy also suggested that the issue was not caught during Apple’s internal testing.
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