Top news: iOS 16.0.3, iPhone SE 4, Apple TV Rumors, and more

Top news: iOS 16.0.3, iPhone SE 4, Apple TV Rumors, and more

It’s mid-October now and we haven’t yet seen any signs of a media event for Apple to introduce the new iPad and Mac, so it’s increasingly likely that rumors of upcoming announcements will be through a press release rather than an event. This is correct. The last week of the month could end up being fairly busy with the releases of iPadOS 16, macOS Ventura, and possibly some of these rumored new devices.


Other news this week included the release of iOS 16.0.3, which introduced a number of important bug fixes while we wait for the larger iOS 16.1 release before the end of the month. We also shared some rumors about the next generation iPhone SE and Apple TV, while we took a look at Google’s new competitor to the Apple Watch, the Pixel Watch, so read on for all the details on these stories and more!

Apple releases iOS 16.0.3 with iPhone 14 bug fixes and more

This week Apple released iOS 16.0.3 with several bug fixes. The update addresses several issues affecting iPhone 14 models, including notification lag, low microphone volume during CarPlay phone calls, and slow camera startup or switching between modes.

iOS 16


watchOS 9.0.2 is also available for the Apple Watch and fixes errors related to microphone, Spotify streaming, and more.

In other software news, iPadOS 16.1 is expected to be released in the last week of October. iOS 16.1 and macOS Ventura will likely be released around the same time. Rumors have it that Apple plans to announce two new iPad Pro and Mac models before the end of the month as well.

The iPhone SE 4 is rumored to feature a 6.1-inch screen with a notch

The fourth generation iPhone SE will have a 6.1-inch LCD screen with a notch, according to well-connected display industry analyst Ross Young.

iPhone SE 4 TouchID and Notch 1


While the new iPhone SE is expected to be similar to the iPhone XR from 2018, it’s unclear whether the budget device will come with Face ID or have a Touch ID power button like the latest iPad Air and iPad mini models. The device is currently rumored to launch in 2024.

Five new features coming to your iPhone with iOS 16.1

iOS 16.1 is expected to be released later this month with several new features for the iPhone.

iOS 16


We’ve rounded up five new features coming to your iPhone with iOS 16.1, including support for Live Activities in third-party apps, and more.

iOS 16.2 will likely be released later this year with more features already announced by Apple.

The new Apple TV is rumored to launch in 2022 with these four features

Two Reputable Sources in Analyst Ming-Chi Kuo and BloombergMark Gorman has claimed that the new Apple TV may be launched later this year.

Apple 4K Design Guide


With a new version of the Apple TV likely on the horizon, we’ve compiled a list of four rumored features and changes to the streaming box, like an updated version of the Siri Remote.

The current Apple TV was released in May 2021.

Comparison between the new Google Pixel Watch and Apple Watch Series 8

Last week Google unveiled the Pixel Watch, a Wear OS-based smartwatch that has a round display and a host of health tracking features.

Pixel Watch vs Apple Watch Series 8 Advantage


In a recent video on our YouTube channel, we shared a comparison process between the Pixel Watch and the Apple Watch Series 8. Keep in mind that the Pixel Watch is not currently compatible with iPhone and instead requires an Android smartphone.

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