It’s been almost 2 weeks since Apple released the iOS 16 update, however, many users are still reporting issues related to this update.
iOS 16 is the latest updated version of the iOS operating system, bringing many major changes to the iPhone such as Lock Screen, Messages, Maps… However, although it has been almost 2 weeks after Apple released this update, many Users are still reporting issues related to iOS 16, from slow devices to battery drain after updating.
Notably, some users who own iPhone 14 Pro – Apple’s newly launched iPhone model – have responded to specific errors that only exist on this version. Accordingly, iPhone 14 Pro encounters camera shake when shooting with third-party applications, cannot activate iMessage and FaceTime …
Meanwhile, the remaining problems generally affect users of other iPhone versions. Normally, after updating to a new version, iPhone will drain battery faster due to background tasks and indexing. However, some users have shared on Twitter, MacRumors, and Reddit that they experienced unusual battery drain after updating to iOS 16. One user said that the iPhone even became hot while in use. use.
However, some users say that the battery of the device is “healthier” than when using iOS 15. Apple admits that activating haptic feedback on the keyboard in iOS 16 can cause battery drain, so the user can try disabling this feature.
Another problem iOS 16 users face is slower Spotlight search. Some users said that it took them up to 10 seconds to load the results on iOS 16, sometimes even unable to load. According to them, searching in iOS 15.6 happens almost instantaneously while iOS 16 is quite the opposite. Some users even reset settings and restore data from iCloud backup but still not fix the problem.
In response to complaints from users, Apple promises to announce a new update next week. iOS version 16.0.2 will include patches for camera shake on iPhone 14 Pro, copy/paste notifications jumping to the screen, iMessage and FaceTime activation…