Apple's iOS 16 is updated again, finally solving low-level bugs

time:2023-01-27 21:21:42 source:scripttoolbox.com author:Tablet PC
Apple's iOS 16 is updated again, finally solving low-level bugs

On September 21, Apple pushed the iOS 16.1 public beta 2 in the early hours of the morning, mainly making adjustments around the power display, and the annoying copy and paste reminders were also fixed. According to official news, these new features will be synchronized to the next official version of iOS 16, and users who have not applied for the internal test can also experience the new features in the next version. (Image from: Twitter "UItFone") Since the release of iOS 16, the controversy over system vulnerabilities has continued. Not only has the user experience been affected, but even some small details have not been handled well, which has always shown people with "exquisite" features. Apple has received unprecedented bad reviews. The good news is that Apple released a new public beta version of iOS 16.1 today. In this version, the problem of battery display is mainly fixed. For example, the battery icon will finally change in digital battery mode, and it will no longer remain "full power". status, and the charging digital prompt on the lock screen interface is also larger. It has to be said that details such as animations, fonts, etc. are not difficult to adjust. It took Apple so long to fix it, and it is no wonder that users are dissatisfied. (Picture from: Apple's official website) Due to the tightening of privacy permissions in iOS, the new version strictly restricts the application from reading the clipboard, which leads to the prompt "whether to allow reading the clipboard" to continuously appear in the application. Annoying, but also helpless. In the latest iOS 16.1 public beta, Apple finally allows users to no longer remind clipboard information after confirming once, reducing the frequency of occurrence, but the privacy protection is weaker than before. But in fact, Apple only strictly restricts applications from reading the clipboard, and the "reading" behavior is performed by these applications, and it may really not be Apple's fault that this prompt appears repeatedly. (Picture from: Apple’s official website) It is worth mentioning that the iOS 16.1 public beta is only 6 days away from the last update, which can be said to be one of the shortest update cycles in Apple’s history, but generally speaking, the changes have not changed. Large, it is inevitable to suspect that there are too many problems with the pre-installed system of the iPhone 14 series. Apple must speed up the test frequency to ensure that the later batches of new functions can use a more stable system. Of course, there are quite a few small problems with any version of iOS 16 at present, especially the large number of loopholes brought by the new lock screen components. It is recommended that users who are pursuing stability wait and see for a while before considering whether to update. (Cover image from: Apple's official website)

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