Apple is supposedly bringing various new updates to iPhones with its impending software release.
As indicated by Bloomberg, the iOS 16 include updates to notifications, messages and the Health application. The product will also include new multitasking panels for iPads.
Its next mobile operating system, iOS 16, is supposed to be unveiled at its yearly Developer’s Conference, WWDC, on June 6.
In 2021, Apple outdoored new notification changes, as well, including the decision to package them together into a summary at a specific time, and another Focus mode that restricts the notifications you see during specific times. The messages App is supposed to get new sound feature.
Meanwhile, the Health App is additionally expected to get new features that operate with the iPhone and Apple Watch, as per Bloomberg.
According to the reports, Apple is apparently going to add new widgets to the lock screen with help for “Always On” display on the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro. That would permit you to see widgets on your iPhone in any event, when it’s simply sitting directly in front of you.
At the moment, the iPhone screen will go dark when it isn’t being used. But always-on displays have become commonplace on Android phones manufactured by Samsung, Google and other phone makers.
Indeed, even after unveiling its most recent iPhone, customers can buy it and use the new features after some months.
The report also said Apple will add new iPad multitasking options. Last year, it made it much easier for two apps to run side by side, but some people who want to do more with their iPads have long wished for the option to run even more apps in different windows, like you might on a Mac.
Apple usually announces new software at the event then releases it in beta for users to try before the final version is released to all users in the fall.
The company may also announce new MacBook Air laptops at the event, Bloomberg said.