the next update will do your iPhone Wi-Fi connection better

the next update will do your iPhone Wi-Fi connection better

The next version of iOS 16, iOS 16.1.1, could mainly fix an annoying bug related to Wi-Fi, which could cut off when the iPhone was on standby. The opportunity also to solve some other problems.

The iPhone 14 Pro Max // Source: Anthony Wonner – Frandroid

Last September, iOS 16 is out, obviously with new features. A month later, Apple was rolling out iOS 16.1, bringing fixes and new features. However, this does not mean that the current version of the operating system of iPhone is bug free. Apple would have in mind to fix some of them with iOS 16.1.1 with a deployment that would arrive soon.

iOS 16.1.1 would fix a widespread Wi-Fi bug

If the change log for this future version of iOS is not yet fully known, we already have some rumors that come to teach us certain elements. Apple would first fix a bug in the Wireless iPhones.

iPhone 14 Pro Max // Source: Anthony Wonner – Frandroid

This is a widespread and persistent issue that randomly turns off iPhone Wi-Fi when left on standby. When it comes out of standby, the phone reconnects to the Internet and notifications can then all fuse at once, which can be annoying.

Apple digs into other iOS 16 issues

The developer of iOS would also take the opportunity to resolve other concerns of its operating system. Some animations of theiPhone 14 Pro would be fixed, Spotlight search speed improved, battery optimized in addition to other small changes.

Also, the status page from Apple’s developer site notes an issue affecting SKAdNetwork on iOS 16. Apple says it is “trying toquickly resolve this issue in a software update“. SKAdNetwork is a tool allowing “advertisers to measure the accuracy and success of ads by associating app installs with a specific ad campaign“, note WCCF Techwho reports the news.

At the same time, we know thatApple is working on iOS 16.2, which should bring some new features as well. An update that should arrive later in the year, in December.

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