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Apple releases version iOS 16.1.2 for iPhone phones

    On Wednesday, Apple began releasing the new iOS 16.1.2 update for iPhones.

    Version 16.1.2 of iOS comes three weeks after Apple released version 16.1.1 for iPhones and more than a month after version 16.1.

    The new version of the operating system for iPhone smartphones includes some security updates, improved compatibility with wireless carriers, and improvements to the collision detection feature of the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro.

    Apple announced the collision detection feature during the event last September and said that it allows the iPhone 14 and Apple Watch Series 8 phones to automatically contact the emergency service if it senses that the user has been involved in a car collision.

    Last October, collision detection was said to have called emergency services in the United States simply because a user was moving too fast while riding a roller coaster. It is not known whether the new update will solve this problem.

    The update can be downloaded by going to Settings, then clicking on the General option, then clicking on Software Update, then clicking on Download and Install, then following the instructions on the screen.

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