The most recent version should address the issues with the vibrating camera and the copy-paste glitch.
Some customers have been suffering with some really aggravating and frustrating flaws with iOS 16 since it was released, so you may be happy to know that Apple has heard your complaints.
Everyone may now download iOS 16.0.2, the most recent version of the software, and the patch notes include information on several significant problems that the upgrade has solved.
The most recent software update fixes the camera shake fault that certain iPhone 14 Pro users were experiencing. By extension, using third-party applications like Snapchat, TikTok, and others, you shouldn’t suffer grainy photographs or shaky videos after you upgrade. Receiving the patch even early than anticipated is a nice touch as Apple had earlier this week stated that the problem will be rectified the following week.
Of course, the other big problem that has been plaguing some iOS 16 devices was the copy-paste bug, causing your iPhone to issue too many alerts when pasting between apps. However, this is also fixed in iOS 16.0.2.
Other bugs that have been quashed in the new update include:
• The display appearing black during device setup.
• VoiceOver being unavailable after rebooting the iPhone.
• Issues of touch input being unresponsive on some iPhone X, iPhone XR, and iPhone 11 screens after being repaired.
Haptic keyboard battery drain not a bug
If you are experiencing what seems like an extra battery drain on your iPhone, it could be due to the new Haptic Keyboard feature in iOS 16.
While Apple didn’t go into great detail about how much extra battery drain to expect with the feature enabled, it did confirm that “turning on keyboard haptics might affect the battery life of your iPhone.”
Because the older internals may have difficulties keeping up with demand, it is likely that the older model of iPhone you have running iOS 16 will result in a greater battery drain.