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Big win for Apple! iOS 16 downloads by iPhone users beat iOS 15, report says

According to data from analytics company Mixpanel, after 9 days of launch, more iPhone users installed iOS 16 compared to iOS 15 last year.

Have you already updated your iPhone to iOS 16? If not, here’s one reason why you should scramble to do it. Compared to iOS 15 last year, iPhone users have adopted iOS 16 quite quickly, according to the data provided by analysis company Mixpanel. iOS 16 was launched on September 12, and according to the analysis, iOS 16 is installed on about 23.26 percent of all iPhones after 9 days of launch. While iOS 15 was downloaded on 19.3 percent of devices, after 10 days of launch in 2021. The main reason behind the rapid adoption and installation of iOS 16 could be the visual changes and other exciting features for the lock screen, iMessages and more.

Be that as it may, it should also be pointed out that there are certain bugs that plague those who have downloaded iOS 16. iPhone 14 models, iPhone 11, iPhone XR and more users are facing certain issues after the update including camera rattling, black screen and more. And to address these bugs, Apple was forced to release a new update on Thursday: iOS 16.0.2. The update is available for download on all iPhones that support iOS 16. iPhone users need to go to Settings > General > Software Update.

The bug fixes and major security updates that iOS 16.0.2 brings to your iPhone causes camera clunking, blurry photos, screen may appear completely black while setting up the device, copying and pasting between apps may cause permission prompt to appear anymore than expected, VoiceOver may not be available after reboot, touch input unresponsive on some iPhone X, iPhone XR and iPhone 11 screens and more.

These problems are not only faced with older iPhones, but even with the new iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.

Apple is also working on iOS 16.1. In fact, the first beta of iOS 16.1 has already been released for testing purposes to the developers. iOS 16.1 brings several changes to the iPhones, including adding a battery percentage to the iPhone 13 Mini status bar, clean power charging option, live activities come to the lock screen and Dynamic Island, and more. iOS 16.1 will be released next month (October).

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