KSNF/KODE: Have you had problems with your Apple products recently? If so, know that you are not alone.
Apple has had quite the history when it comes to updates that somehow cleanse phones of your photos and contacts, and slow down older versions of iPhones. However, such is the case in a technologically advanced society. There are glitches and bugs to work out, servers that need constant updates, and the ever-increasing need to improve security. Newer, faster, and more efficient updates can go a long way in the digital space and even make our lives easier, once bugs are identified and fixed, that is.
With the recent major software update iOS 16, which Apple released in September, followed by the latest version of iOS 16.1.1 in October, the company has now released the beta version of iOS 16.2 which is currently being tested. However, many still have issues, some of which were not resolved with the 16.1.1 update.
Apple users took to Twitter to call out shoddy customer support and seek help from Apple for issues they’ve recently experienced with their devices.
Many have reported issues with battery drain, Wi-Fi and network connectivity issues, ghost touch, random reboots, FaceID crashes, and screen glitches.
Apple Support continues to respond to complaints from many users on Twitter to offer solutions to their problems, or offer help through a direct message. During these conversations, Apple Support often asks the user what version of iOS 16 they are running on. Apple Support claims that the latest iOS update (16.1.1) will make sure the software works properly. The account has also confirmed in a series of tweets that some users continue to experience issues after updating to iOS 16.1.1.
Regarding the most recent update to iOS 16, the Apple website states: “This update includes bug fixes and security updates and is recommended for all users..”
After a new major iOS update is rolled out, it takes a bit of time to identify and fix the glitches. So if you’re having trouble with your iPhone, it’s a good idea to report your concerns to Apple so they can take note; maybe it’s a problem that others are also experiencing and something that can be fixed with the release of the next Apple. iOS update
On another note, your iPhone problems could be because your phone is no longer compatible with the new updates, your phone needs the new software update, or there could be a software glitch.
If in doubt, turn the device off and back on again. If that doesn’t resolve the issue, please contact Apple Support, HERE, and report the issues you’re experiencing so the support team can get you the help you need.
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