Apple’s latest iOS 14.3 upgrade wipes away any of the glaring bugs. There are iPhone customers that are already complaining with the software problems.
This iOS 14.3 is now available for public use. It has new functionality that it can bring to the system and a number of bug fixes for remaining iOS-related problems.
There are some things that Apple Center wants to address. But there are some concerns that you may be able to tackle on your own.
Problems with iOS 14.3 and fixes
You would need to do a hard reboot whether the iOS 14.3 installation works or becomes stuck. You would need to keep the home button on your phone and the power button down at the same time on older iPhone versions. Wait before the system reboots afterwards.
Keep the volume down and the power button at the same time before the handset resets if you own an iPhone 7. Click and release the volume, press and release the volume if you own an iPhone 8 or older, and then keep the power button for 5 to 10 seconds before it resets.
As with the power, there are a few options that you should try if the iPhone’s battery begins acting up after the device update. You should search the list of corrections at Gottabemobile.com if you encounter battery drain after you have enabled iOS 14.3.
If it fits in the tutorial, so there’s a risk you’ve got a weak battery and you’re going to need to fix it. You’ll need to contact Apple Center for a fix if you find that’s the case.
If you can’t connect to one or more of your Bluetooth systems, you’ll want to forget your device’s Bluetooth link first. Push the ‘Bluetooth’ button and pick a link with a ⓘ. Press on the button ‘Forget This Computer’ and attempt to reconnect it. Try resetting your phone’s “Network Settings.” if that doesn’t work.
Select General to reset the Network Settings, then click Update, and finally go to Reset Network Settings. It will take a few seconds to complete this whole procedure. But it will force your phone to forget the established WIFI network that you have stored. Make sure you know the password.
You will need restart your device if one or more of the applications on your phone won’t function. The same procedure goes to the glitchy part since upgrading to iOS 14.3. You may need to visit the App Store to get them modified if it does not boost the efficiency of your applications.
By installing the software and uploading it again to update it, you can also do everything the old way. If a username and password are requested by the app, then it may ask for it again, so make sure you have it handy.
If you can’t resolve the problem yet, email the app’s creator and verify if it knows about the problem. Online communities, such as the Apple Help Network, may also be reviewed.