iOS 16.0 was a surprisingly buggy release. But Apple head your pain—iOS 16.1 squishes a bunch of bugs while bringing a few cool new features to your iPhone.
Apple on Thursday released a new software update for iPhones in the form of iOS 16.0.2, and while it’s available for every iPhone that can run iOS 16, newfangled iPhone 14 Pro & 14 Pro Max owners are going to want to pay particular attention to this one.
Apple says iOS 16's excessive privacy permission prompts when pasting from the system clipboard are a bug that'll get addressed in an upcoming software update.
Apple has released iOS 16.0.1 for its latest smartphones to fix iPhone 14 activation issues, problems with zooming in the Photos app and other annoying bugs.
If your Apple Watch Series 3 restarts unexpectedly, be sure to download and install the watchOS 8.7.1 update which fixes this apparent reboot bug.
Following the iPadOS 15.5 update, an unknown number of iPad mini owners have been complaining about intermittent charging issues plaguing their Apple tablet.
Repeating Instagram stories is a software bug which affects some users, prompting Meta to release an update to fix this annoying issue.
iOS 15.6 has fixed a weird Apple Music bug that would cause the stock Music app to replace the app found in the fourth spot of your iPhone's dock.
Is Apple's Music app overtaking another app's position in your iPhone's dock, even setting itself as the default music service for Siri requests? If so, you're not alone!
Apple has released the minor watchOS 8.5.1 software update which adds unknown bug fixes and security fixes to your Apple Watch.
Some people are reporting seeing various Mac installation errors when attempting to update their computer to Apple's new macOS Monterey 12.3 software.
Early reviews have singled out unexpected quality problems with the Studio Display webcam, but Apple says a software fix is coming soon.