When a new major version of software, like an operating system, comes out, it often has some bugs. But it looks like the latest Apple iOS 16 update is full of them because a number of problems have been showing up recently. So, here’s what you need to know.
The new bugs in iOS 16 affect not only the new iPhone 14 series, but also the older iPhone 13. Some iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 13 users have been experiencing a strange bug that causes their screens to freeze. This basically means that animations don’t work right and that the device sometimes stops working at all. The problem started after people who use iPhones updated to the new iOS 16.1 update, which came out last week. Several people who own an iPhone 14 Pro have taken to social media to complain about the problem and draw attention to it.
In one YouTube video, the iPhone 14 Pro screen is stuck on the Spotlight Search menu, even though the user tries to leave it. Even though the app switcher works, the device can’t get to the home screen. This means that the iPhone isn’t completely dead. Users of the new iPhone 13 model are also having a display problem that turns the whole screen green. This is even stranger than the iPhones freezing up.
Like the last bug, this one started after the iOS 16 update for the iPhone 13 was installed. Once the screen turns green, you can no longer use the device because all you can see on the screen is the color green. If your iPhone is still under warranty, you can get a new screen for your iPhone 13 for free. It’s not clear when Apple will fix these problems, but it’s likely that at least some of them will be fixed in the new iOS 16.2 update.