Apple today released the iOS 10.0.3 exclusively for owners of iPhones 7/7 Plus.
The update (build 14A551) fixes a specific problem that could temporarily leave these devices without cellular connectivity, which, by the way, we already report here on MacMagazine.
The new version of iOS is available both through the update system built into the devices (OTA, over-the-air) going General Software Update Settings or through iTunes.
Here are the links for those who prefer to download and install manually:
You can find information about the models of iPhones 7/7 Plus on this page.
Update by Rafael Fischmann · 10/17/2016 s 18:22
Apple also released today the fourth beta version of iOS 10.1 compilations 14B72 for developers and 14B72b for members of the Apple Beta Software Program.
The big news of iOS 10.1 being exclusive to the iPhone 7 Plus: Portrait mode (Portrait) in the Camera app, which will allow you to take pictures with blurred backgrounds as possible with DSLR cameras.
It is not yet known exactly when iOS 10.1 will be released to all users.