Apple senior manager Ron Huang recently confirmed to MacRumors that they will fix the problem in iOS 16 that users are constantly being asked for permissions when copying and pasting across apps. According to Huang, this was “not at all what was expected.” While the launch schedule for the new firmware has yet to be determined, Apple is said to be already testing iOS 16.1 with a solution. That is to say, there are many problems after the launch of iOS 16 this time. iPhone 14 users encountered obstacles as soon as they enabled FaceTime and iMessage, and then there were cases of camera shake on the Pro models running third-party apps. Fortunately, Apple’s processing speed is still relatively fast, otherwise I am afraid it will be difficult to escape the blame of users.