Apple just rolled out a small update for iPhone users tonight: it’s iOS 16.1.2, three weeks after release from iOS 16.1.1. This is unsurprisingly a very minor release which only aims to fix a few bugs and flaws. Apple cites two improvements: better compatibility with wireless carriers, without further details, as well as crash detection optimizations on the iPhone 14 and 14 Pro.
There have already been a number of cases of false positives for the crash detection feature on the iPhone 14 line. especially on carousels in theme parks. Apple had previously said it was working on improving this system, so there’s a good chance this update will reduce the risk of unnecessary emergency calls.
Apple indicating that this update contains flaw corrections, it is strongly recommended to install this new version of iOS even if it does not bring any new functionality. As usual, you’ll find iOS 16.1.2 in the Settings app > General > Software Update.
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