Apple today released another minor bug fix update, iOS 16.1.2, which comes a week after iOS 16.1. this update adds support for iCloud Shared Photo Library, Article, Live Events, and more.


The iOS 16.1.2 update can be downloaded over-the-air to eligible iPhones by going to Settings > General > Software Update.

According to Apple’s release notes, the iOS 16.1.2 update offers improved compatibility with wireless carriers and optimization of Crash Detection on iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro models. Here are Apple’s full release notes:

This update provides important security updates and the following improvements for your iPhone:

– Improved compatibility with wireless carriers
– Crash Detection optimizations on iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro models

For information on the security content of Apple software updates, please visit this website:
https://support.apple.com/kb/HT201222

Collision Detection optimization may include improvements to prevent “iPhone 14” models from calling emergency services when users are enjoying roller coasters and other intense journeys. There have been numerous reports of accidental Collision Detection activations at theme parks.

iOS 16.1.2 will be followed by iOS 16.2, an update that has been beta tested and is expected to be released in December. iOS 16.2 introduces the Freeform app, the new Home app architecture, and more.

Popular Stories

The Best Cyber ​​Monday Apple Deals Still Available for AirPods, Apple TV, iPad, and More

The Black Friday and Cyber ​​Monday holiday shopping rush is coming to an end, but there are still some good deals to be had out there. For Apple products, most of the deals you’ve seen from last week are still valid, but some have expired. So for those who missed the Black Friday deals, there is still an opportunity to get some of the best deals of the year on many Apple devices. Note: …

iPhone 15 will use Sony’s ‘state-of-the-art’ Image Sensor for Better Low-Light Performance

According to a report from Nikkei, Apple’s upcoming iPhone 15 models will be equipped with Sony’s latest “state-of-the-art” image sensors. Compared to standard sensors, Sony’s image sensor doubles the saturation signal at each pixel, allowing it to capture more light to reduce under- and overexposure. Nikkei says it can take better pictures of a person’s face…

Apple Announces Oceanic+ App Now Available for Apple Watch Ultra

Apple today announced that the Oceanic+ app is available for the Apple Watch Ultra starting today. Designed by Huish Outdoors in collaboration with Apple, the app acts as a dive computer for recreational scuba diving to depths of 40 meters/130 feet. Apple lists your current depth, maximum depth reached, water temperature and…

Apple Announces 2022 App Store Award Winners by Highlighting the Best Apps of the Year

Apple today announced the winners of the 2022 App Store Award, highlighting the 16 best apps and games selected by Apple’s global App Store editorial team. The best apps were chosen by Apple for their quality, innovative technology, creative design, positive cultural influence, and ability to deliver “outstanding experiences.” Apple CEO Tim Cook said: “This year’s App Store Award winners have been redesigned…

Apple Releases Another Quick Security Response Update for iOS 16.2 Beta Users

Apple today released a Quick Security Response update available to those running the iOS 16.2 beta, marking the launch of the second RSR update since the feature went live on iOS 16. Quick Security Response Update, bug fixes to iOS 16.2 beta users without the need to install a full update. First RSR release for iOS 16.2 beta users, …

Elon Musk Promises to Rival iPhone if Apple Disables Twitter

Elon Musk has fueled long-standing rumors about an iPhone rival to Tesla, promising to offer an “alternative phone” if Apple and Google remove Twitter from their app stores. iPhone 11 Pro modified by Caviar in Tesla Cybertruck style. Musk’s remarks came when asked about the possibility of Twitter being removed from its app stores, which would likely happen if it did.

All the Apple Black Friday Deals You Can Still Get

While Black Friday is technically over now, many Apple products are still seeing huge discounts over the weekend as we enter Cyber ​​Monday. In this article, you’ll find every Apple device that had a significant Black Friday sale and is still available. We’ll update as prices change and new deals come in, so if you don’t see the discount you’re looking for yet, keep an eye out. Note:…