iOS 16.0.2 To Fix The iPhone 14 Camera & The Copy Paste Bugs!

Just recently, Apple released iOS 16.0.2 to fix the iPhone 14 Pro camera shake fault and to enable copy-and-paste.

After the release of iOS 16 Beta in June, Apple released iOS 16.0.2 for all iPhone owners on Thursday, September 22. The update includes critical problem fixes, not only for iPhone 14 customers but also for owners of other models. For example, today’s update resolves an issue that might cause the iPhone 14 Pro’s camera to shake abruptly in certain apps, as well as the system-wide copy-and-paste prompt.

Users of the iPhone 14 Pro reported that some third-party applications, including Snapchat and TikTok, caused the camera to wobble and vibrate. Although the official causes remain unknown, it is likely that the problem affected the optical stabilization of camera lenses.

Another fault that irritated iOS 16 users was associated with the new copy-and-paste permit, which prompts users to decide whether to grant or deny an app access to the system’s clipboard. However, users continued to see this question even after allowing the particular app access to the clipboard.

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iOS 16.0.2 has rectified both issues. According to Apple’s release notes, iOS 16.0.2 also fixes Voice Over-related errors and iPhone display issues. The official changelog is available below:

This update fixes bugs and adds important new security features to your iPhone, such as:

– When taking pictures with some third-party apps on an iPhone 14 Pro or iPhone 14 Pro Max, the camera may shake, making the pictures blurry.
– During device setup, the screen may be completely black
– When you copy and paste between apps, a permission prompt may show up more than usual.
VoiceOver might not work after a restart.
– Fixes a problem where some iPhone X, iPhone XR, and iPhone 11 displays didn’t respond to touch input after being serviced.

Update to iOS 16.0.2

Users can now update to iOS 16.0.2 through the iPhone Settings app’s Software Update option. Notably, some of these vulnerabilities have already been patched in iOS 16.1 beta 2, which was made available to developers this week.

Here is how to update your mobile to iOS 16.0.2.

  1. Go to the “Settings” app on your iPhone.
  2. Select “General” by tapping on it.
  3. Then search for “Software Update” and tap it.
  4. Next, select “Download and Install” for iOS 16.0.2.

It will download iOS 16.0.2 update on your iPhone.

What comes in iOS 16.0.2?

Apple has now released iOS 16.0.2, a new upgrade. Apple’s latest update addresses a bug that caused camera shake and fuzzy photographs while shooting with some third-party applications on the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.

When was iOS 16.0.2 released?

The most recent stable version of iPadOS was released on September 12, 2022; it was version 15.7. iOS 16.0.2, the most recent stable release, was published on September 22, 2022. On September 20, 2022, the latest beta versions of iOS, 16.1 beta 2, and iPadOS, 16.1 beta 3, were released.

What does iOS 16 0 2 do?

iOS 16.1 is now in its second beta and will include some new features that were not completed in time for iOS 16. These include a customizable lock screen, support for Matter attachments, ‘Cleaning Energy Charging,’ a battery percentage indication for the status bar, a revamped screenshot user interface, and more.

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