The iPhone 14 Pro GPS Issue Has Been Addressed by iOS 16.1 Beta 2

The iPhone 14 Pro GPS Issue Has Been Addressed by iOS 16.1 Beta 2 ...

If you were hesitant to acquire the iOS 16.1 beta because it hindered the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max owners from using the GPS properly, there's good news. The most recent beta (second beta) of iOS 16.1 corrects that issue. Location accuracy will return to the device when you update to the latest beta.

The iPhone 14 Pro models include dual-frequency GPS capabilities, allowing the iPhones to receive signals from GPS satellites operating on both the legacy L1 frequency and the higher-power L5 frequency, thus allowing them to travel better through obstacles like houses and trees.

Standard iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus users were not affected, because they lack dual-frequency GPS functionality.

iOS 16.1 will be released later this year, bringing with it many new features and improvements. It includes Live Activities support in third-party apps, Apple Fitness+ support for iPhone users without a Apple Watch, a new Clean Energy Charging feature in the United States, and support for Matter accessories in the Home app.

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