The iPhone 14 Series will receive iOS 16.0.3 update with bug-fixes for mail, camera, display, carPlay, and cinematic modes, according to reports

The iPhone 14 Series will receive iOS 16.0.3 update with bug-fixes for mail, camera, display, carPla ...

The latest iOS 16.0.3 update comes after the iPhone manufacturer released an iOS 16.0.2 update late in September, which fixed a bug on iPhone 14 Pro models that caused the device to shake and grind when recording videos on third-party apps like TikTok, Instagram, and Snapchat. The previous update also resolved issues, including one that caused the touchscreen on several iPhone X, iPhone XR, and iPhone 11 models to be unusable after being removed.

According to the report, the latest update does not include the Mailjack glitch that allowed a simple email from any external user using a certain method on the ''from'' field on the iCloud Mail app to lock users out of their own accounts. It also addressed an issue that several users have reported that a flickering screen was caused by the setting their screens on low brightness.

With the most recent update, users hoped to have a fix for CarPlay issues that resulted in low volume during phone calls. Aside from the improvements, users were aware of complaints while editing video on Cinematic Mode, which were not recognized by iMovie and Final Cut Pro editing tools on the iPhone and Mac.

The iPhone maker is also expected to launch the iOS 16.1 update later this month, which will improve the battery percentage indicator on the iPhone''s status bar with iOS 16 through a redesign that will include a black area inside the battery icon, which will indicate the battery percentage remaining on the device, and a charging percentage indicator that will appear on the Dynamic Island once the charger is hooked in.

Navigate to Settings > General > Software Update to see if the iOS 16.0.3 update has arrived on their devices.