If you’re a Verizon customer who owns an iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus, Apple has good news for you. The Cupertino firm has released iOS 10.0.3, which addresses cellular connectivity issues users of those handsets have been experiencing.
iOS 10.0.3 (build 14A551) is now available for download and installation for all iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus devices, either via “Software Update” in the iPhone’s Settings app, or by tethering the device to a Mac or PC and updating it via iTunes.
Soon after the iPhone 7 debuted last month, some Verizon users in the U.S. found they had issues staying connected to the provider’s LTE cellular data network. The signal would randomly degrade to either 3G or 2G speeds. It was later discovered that the issue affected those same devices on other carriers as well, and hopefully, today’s update will address those issues for all users.
Apple’s iOS 10.1 update is still in beta, currently available only to developers and members of Apple’s public beta testing program. The update, which is expected to enable the Portrait Mode in the built-in Camera app that was promised to iPhone 7 Plus users back in September, should see a release later this month.