Apple on Thursday released the iOS 16.0.2. The update, which comes about two weeks after the launch of, fixes a handful of bugs and issues users have reported.
The update fixes aissue some users have experienced when they accessed third-party apps like Snapchat or TikTok. Apple originally said an update to fix this issue would be made available next week.
Other issues the update fixes include some iPhone screens going black during device setup and copy-and-pasting between apps causing permission prompts.
The update is available for all eligible iPhones, not just.
This update comes about a week after Apple released the. That update reportedly fixed FaceTime and iMessage bugs with that some users experienced.
Apple is already working on iOS 16.1, andis available to developers now.