Apple has released iOS 16.1.1, iPadOS 16.1.1, and macOS Ventura 13.0.1 with bug fixes, minus the expected iPhone 14 Emergency SOS via Satellite feature.
The new updates were expected as there was an ongoing issue with Apple's ad network that needed an update to address. Speculation suggested that Emergency SOS via Satellite would be activated in iPhone 14 models with this update, but that hasn't arrived yet.
Users should see a notification for the update, and it will install automatically overnight for most. However, if you'd like the update to install right away, it will need to be initiated manually.
How to update iPhone or iPad
- Open the Settings app
- Scroll down and tap "General"
- Tap "Software update"
- Select the software update option when it appears
How to update a Mac
- Open the System Settings app
- Click "General"
- Click "Software update"
- Click the software update option when it appears
These point updates address potentially debilitating bugs that affect how apps and the operating system perform. Apple didn't disclose any serious security patches in these releases, so install as soon as is reasonable.