The Latest Apple iOS Updates Fix Major Bugs

Apple iOS updates

Apple released very important updates for its mobile devices. In detail, users are going to get 16.3.1 for the iPhone, watchOS 9.3.1 for the Apple Watch, and iPadOS 16.3.1 for iPad. These critical updates are there to protect users from bugs that are bad in a long run.

It is common that every Apple iOS update comes with bug fixes along with new unexpected bugs. In this case, iOS 16.3.1 update comes with release notes that claim to have eliminated the bug that makes iCloud settings unresponsive. This update also resolves a bug that prevents Siri users from requesting Find My App even if that is opened on the screen.

What Else You’ll Get With These Apple iOS Updates?

The update will also add optimizations to Car Crash Detection on the iPhone 14 Pro Max and iPhone 14 Pro. Earlier, the Car Crash Detection gets set off due to skiers, roller coaster riders, and sharp movements. The new feature will surely prevent this issue. The feature makes use of sensors in the iPhone for alarm and accident detection.

For some reason, if users fail to respond to the alert, an Emergency SOS will be triggered. In addition, emergency help will be requested. Similarly, iPadOS 16.3.1 resolves many bugs. This update fixes the majority of bugs that were in iOS 16.3.1. For instance, the update will fix a bug that makes iCloud settings unresponsive.

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It will also fix a bug that prevents Safari from opening the Find My app. Last, the watchOS 9.3.1 update has so little to discuss because there are hardly any bug fixes, as the company claims. It is also unclear what security vulnerability patches are in the recent update.

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How To Download The Latest Updates On Your Devices?

The update will surely help users in resolving annoying bugs. Are you eager to resolve all those issues? Let’s get started with the Apple iOS 16.3.1 and iPad 16.3.1 updates.

  1. Open Settings on your smartphone.
  2. Tap on General and head to Software Update.

Now, you need to follow the on-screen instructions to update your smartphone for possible changes. To download the watchOS update on your device, implement the following steps:

  1. Open the Apple Watch app on your phone.
  2. Tap on the “My Watch” option.
  3. Head to the “General” option.
  4. Tap on Software Update. If any update is available, tap the “Download and Install” option.

Although these Apple iOS updates offer no valuable features, it is always good to update your phone to prevent any exploit.

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