GPS issue fixed in iOS 16.1 Beta 2

Apple recently released the iOS 16.0.1 beta update for its eligible iPhone lineup and now iOS 16.0.1 beta update is preventing GPS from working properly on iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. Users who already have iOS 16.0.1 beta installed on their phone will have to downgrade this update or wait for the bug to be fixed and it is not clear what caused the bug.

Now, good news for iPhone users. Apple fixed the GPS problem with the help of iOS 16.1 Beta 2. Recently, iOS 16.1 Beta 2 was released and some changes were also included in this update.

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iOS 16.1 Beta 2 Release Notes


Resolved in iOS 16.1 beta 2

  • Fixed: To pair Matter accessories, a profile must first be installed on your device. (99832852)
  • Fixed: Removing Apple Home from the Matter accessory Connected Services menu in Home doesn’t remove the accessory tile. (77681079)
  • Fixed: You might be unable to pair a Matter accessory if the accessory is already paired to a third-party ecosystem. (99671133)

Known issues

  • You might receive an alert to turn on Wi-Fi when pairing a Matter accessory. (98460235)
  • Workaround: Ensure your device is connected to your Wi-Fi network.
  • Adjusting the color or color temperature might result in an unexpected color set on a Matter accessory. (98578966)
  • Accessory details might not open if a Matter accessory is unreachable. (99232316)
  • You might be unable to pair using a Matter ECM code via the Matter Support Framework pairing API. (99232681)
  • Workaround: Use More Options in the QR code pairing flow to select the accessory you’d like to pair.
  • Uncertified accessory notifications might appear when pairing Matter accessories. (99502842)
  • The device that initiates the pairing needs to use the same iCloud account as the home hub. Only the owner of a home, not an invited user, can pair Matter accessories. (76012945)
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