Apple releases iOS 16.4.1 update to solve some iPhone problems
Apple officially launched the iOS 16.4.1 update in order to solve some of the problems faced by iPhone users, and it is a small update that follows the recently launched iOS 16.4 update.
The iOS 16.4.1 update does not add any new features to the iPhone, but rather fixes specific problems that have been spotted over the past few days.
According to what Apple mentioned, one of the problems that the update fixes includes fixing the problem of skin colors not appearing when pressing some emoji faces, and Siri not responding to voice commands in some cases.
The update is downloaded by air on the iPhone or iPad by going to Settings > General > Software updates to download and install the update, then restart the device.
The update is relatively small in size and has a size of about 300 MB, so we recommend that you download and install it on your iPhone.
It is worth noting that there are other problems that the user encountered after updating to iOS 16.4, which was the weather application stopping from working, and the loss of passwords for previously saved Wi-Fi networks, and the iOS 16.4.1 update is supposed to work on solving them as well.
This update will not be the last, and there are other updates such as iOS 16.5, which is currently being tested and will be launched soon before the announcement of the iOS 17 update in the middle of this year.