Apple releases iOS 10.0.2
Apple releases iOS 10.0.2 for iPhone and iPad Apple

Apple is rolling out a new update to iOS 10 including fixes and improvements for iPhone and iPad. This is the second public rollout of iOS 10 update, after Apple made its major iOS version available for users starting 13 September.

iOS 10.0.2 resolves an issue that earlier prevented headphone audio controls from not working temporarily. It also addresses an issue that caused photos to quit when turning on iCloud Photo Library. Apple says this issue was limited to a small number of people. In addition to that, iOS 10.0.2 fixes an issue that was causing problems for enabling some app extensions.

According to the security content shared by Apple, iOS 10.0.2 includes all the features present in iOS 10.0.1. The update is available for all those who have iOS 10 installed, which means iPhone 5 and later, iPad 4 and later, iPod touch 6th generation and later.

When iOS 10.0.2 is available, you should see a message saying an update is ready for your iPhone or iPad. To install iOS 10.0.2 wirelessly, ensure that your iOS device is having a stable internet connection. Power it on and then head over to Settings>> General>> Software Update, then tap Download and Install. To get the update now simply tap Install.

Before releasing iOS 10.0.2, Apple seeded the first beta of iOS 10.1 for registered developers. One of the major additions in the forthcoming iOS version is portrait camera mode for the iPhone 7 Plus. The same beta firmware was also released to public beta testers alongside the public beta 1 of macOS Sierra 10.12.1.