Apple on February 13 released iOS 16.3.1 for all iPhone users, alongside iPadOS 16.3.1 for iPad. The update, which is now available, includes fixes for iCloud performance, Siri, and Find My apps. According to Apple, the update also brings the Crash Detection optimizations for iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro users. Head below for the full release notes with everything new in iOS 16.3.1.
This update provides important bug fixes and security updates for your iPhone including:
- iCloud settings may be unresponsive or incorrectly display if apps are using iCloud
- Siri requests for Find My may not work
- Crash Detection optimizations on iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro models
It seems with today’s release of iOS 16.3.1, Apple has more changes in store for Crash Detection. Over the last few months, the iPhone 14’s new Crash Detection feature has been making headlines for false positives reported at ski resorts and amusement parks that have inundated 911 call centers. To fixz this issue, today’s release of iOS 16.3.1 includes required optimizations for Crash Detection.
Since the launch of the iOS 16.3 update, many Apple users have been reporting that they were not to be able to toggle on automatic iCloud backups on the iPhone and the iPad. Apple is fixing this issue with the new iOS 16.3.1 update.
How to install iOS 16.3.1
The build number for iOS 16.3.1 update is 20D67. It’s available for any iPhone model, which is running iOS 16, and it includes the iPhone 8 and newer.
iOS 16.3.1 and iPadOS 16.3.1 are available to all iPhone and iPad models, and you can update by heading to the Settings app, choosing General, and then choosing Software Update. If you don’t see the update right away, make sure to keep checking the settings tab. Once you see the update available, hit the appropriate buttons to proceed further. Then, your iPhone or iPad will download the update, and prompt you to reboot your device to finish the process.