Apple released a minor iOS 16.0.3 update on Monday that should be the last before iOS 16.1 arrives later this month. The update includes several iPhone 14 fixes and the Mailjack bug.
According to the release notes, most of the fixes are related to Apple’s latest phones and contain “bug fixes and important security updates”. One of the changes is an overdue fix for a slow-starting Camera app that has been an issue since the new phones launched on September 16. Here are the iPhone 14 specific fixes included in the update:
- Incoming calls and app notifications may be delayed or not delivered on iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max
- Low microphone volume may occur during CarPlay phone calls on iPhone 14 models
- Camera may start slowly or switch modes on iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max
The only security fix mentioned in the update is for the Mailjack bug that causes an endless series of crashes when opening a message from an incorrectly formatted account.
To update to iOS 16.0.3, open the Settings app on your iPhone, open General and then Security Update. Then tap Download and install and wait for the update to complete.