Apple is preparing to release iOS 16.1.1, a new operating system for iPhones, which will address a few bugs that were affecting users. Among them is a persistent Wi-Fi bug that makes the iPhone randomly disconnect from Wi-Fi when it’s on standby. The company has started testing the new system internally, so it’s possible that the public will see iOS 16.1.1 soon.
Other changes in iOS 16.1.1 include the addition of StoreKit Ad Network API, which helps advertisers measure ad activity. It provides metrics such as impressions, clicks, and installs, as well as performance insights. It also adds support for web ads. These updates come at a time when Apple is attempting to improve the ad experience on its iOS devices.
The new update is available for most iOS 16-compatible devices, with the exception of the iPhone 6S and iPhone 7 line. Users will need to manually trigger the update on their devices. To trigger the update, users must first unenroll their device from any beta software. This update is also compatible with iPads.
iOS 16.1.1 comes with a number of bug fixes and other improvements. It also includes support for iCloud Shared Photo Library and Clean Energy Charging. Additionally, it will allow users to delete the Wallet app. It will also allow users to customize their Lock screen. Additionally, iOS 16.1.1 also improves the battery percentage indicator.