Since the release of iOS 16, there have been some “rollover” incidents one after another.
Including the fact that the iPhone 14 series cannot be activated and migrated data normally, the SIM card cannot be used, and the WiFi is disconnected.
Although iOS 16 is relatively stable as a whole compared to the number of bugs exposed by the new system in the early years, these bugs still more or less troubled some users.
Last month, Apple released the official version of iOS 15.7.1 for users who stayed on iOS 15, which focused on fixing some problems.
Prior to this, some users reported that after upgrading the iOS 15.7.1 RC version system, it seems that it will affect the normal use of the Face ID function on some models.
Devices affected by the issue include the iPhone 12 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro, and there may be more devices affected by the bug.
According to the latest news, not only iOS 15, but also some iOS 16 users have this problem.
Recently, some users posted in the Apple support community that after updating to the official version of iOS 16, Face ID could not be used normally.
The post was posted in the iPhone X sub-forum, but it doesn’t appear that this model is having the problem.
A user using an iPhone 13 Pro Max also said that after upgrading to iOS 16, he also encountered the problem that Face ID was not available.
At the same time, neither restarting the device nor resetting the Face ID option has solved the problem.
Apple will naturally not sit idly by when there are successive bugs that affect the user experience in the system.
Recently, according to foreign media MacRumors, there were signs of devices running iOS 16.1.1 in website analysis.
This suggests that Apple is conducting internal testing of the new system, which may be officially launched shortly.
Although it is not clear what the official version of iOS 16.1.1 will bring , it is likely to focus on fixing bugs and improving stability.
Not only that, but recently in Apple’s system status page, we can also see signs that Apple is developing a new system.
Apple’s system status page shows that there is an issue affecting the networking framework SKAdNetwork in iOS 16.1, which Apple will address through a software update.
According to MacRumors, iOS 16.1.1 may also address some of the issues that have been positively reported by users since the launch of iOS 16.
Including problems such as excessive battery consumption, slow focus search response, and animation lag when exiting the app on the iPhone 14 Pro series models.
In terms of new features, iOS 16.1.1 may bring the satellite communication distress function that Apple has announced for a long time.
Of course, although the satellite communication function is temporarily unavailable for domestic users, you can still obtain a more stable system experience through the official version of iOS 16.1.1.
For those who have previously encountered problems such as Face ID unavailable, WiFi disconnection, etc., you can look forward to the follow-up iOS 16.1.1 official version update.
If the news is true, the official version of iOS 16.1.1 will arrive as soon as this month.
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