Apple iOS 16
Apple release First public beta version of iOS 16 on monday. This means that anyone with an iPhone 8 or later can try the initial version of the next big update on the iPhone. This is scheduled for this fall along with the new iPhone model.
IOS 16 Users can customize the iPhone lock screen, unsend and edit iMessages, and schedule emails.
As with all pre-release software, it is buggy and users should be careful when installing it on devices used for work or everyday use. This is great for tech enthusiasts who want to know what’s happening in front of the general public and are willing to help Apple identify the problem.
“Please note that public beta software has not yet been commercially released by Apple, so it may contain errors and inaccuracies and may not function as well as commercially released software. Be sure to use Time Machine to back up your iPhone or iPad and Mac. Before installing the beta software, Apple warns. Website..
Apple announced the annual iOS 16 in June Global Developer Conference.. Users with an Apple developer account could install iOS 16 immediately after the meeting.
The public beta released on Monday no longer requires a developer account and is intended to get the public’s help to crush bugs before the official release.
This software is available to anyone with an iPhone released after 2017. The oldest supported device is the iPhone 8.
This year, iOS 16 has some major improvements, especially when it comes to the messaging experience with iMessage and Mail.
The major changes are:
- Customizable lock screen. Users can add small widgets or change the clock font for the first time using real-time data such as lock screen weather forecasts.
- Unsend and edit iMessage. Users can edit or unsend messages in iMessage within 15 minutes of sending the message. Other users will not receive the notification, but you will know that the message has been edited or canceled.
- Better group text messages with Android users. Android user reaction to iMessage — — Raise a small thumb, etc. — — It will no longer be displayed as an announcement. These reactions are attached to SMS messages in the same way as iMessage.
- Schedule future emails. The email app built into the iPhone has added a more functional search feature and the ability to schedule emails to be sent at some time in the future, such as tomorrow at 9am.
- Artificial intelligence automatically sorts, edits, translates, and shares photos. IOS 16 uses AI to automatically share photos with up to 6 people based on the person in the photo (such as a child or family member). AI can translate the text of a photo or video taken by a user, or cut a subject such as a person from a photo and place it as a sticker on an image or other app.
- Short-term loan for Apple Wallet. Apple has introduced a feature called Apple Pay Later. This allows users to first purchase with Apple Pay and then pay their balance in four payments over a six-week period. Apple Wallet on iOS 16 makes it easy to share digital cards and home keys through messaging.
- Apple Maps allows you to add multiple stops to your route. Apple Maps allows you to add different stops to your route. Next year, Apple will use this map update to announce CarPlay, an updated version of the car’s software that integrates more closely with the car’s embedded hardware.
- Other ways to control notifications. Apple allows users to set up completely different wallpapers and apps at different times of the day, such as when they’re at work or sleeping.
- “Hey Siri, hang up” Siri will soon help you with FaceTime and hang up.
- Apple’s home app has been redesigned. Apple also said it supports Matter, an open standard for smart home hardware such as locks, lights and blinds. We’ve also redesigned the Home app to better display multiple cameras in and around the house in easy-to-see side-by-side mode.
- Dosing and sleep tracking in the health app. Apple’s Health app now allows users to enter medications and how often they take them. You can also notify the user when it’s time to take the medicine. Apple Watch owners will be able to monitor their sleep and heart rate with the iPhone Health app.
- Safety check. A new feature called Safety Checks allows users to quickly turn off all services and apps, including locations shared with their family. According to Apple, this feature was designed in collaboration with a group of women, making it easy to stay private and protect personal data and security, especially when leaving an abusive relationship. Designed to do.
- Use your iPhone as a webcam. With iOS 16 and a new version of macOS, users can now use their iPhone as a webcam with a feature called Continuity Camera with the right laptop mount.
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If you want to see and test these and other changes right away, installing a public beta is easy, but not as easy as a regular iPhone software update.
- visit Apple beta software site Sign up on your iPhone or sign in using your Apple account.
- Select “Register device” to sign up and accept Apple’s terms.
- Choose the software you want to try — Apple has also released a public beta for the iPad.
- Click the button labeled “Download Profile”. Your phone warns you that you are trying to download a configuration profile. approve.
- [設定]Go to and at the top of the app[ダウンロードしたプロファイル]Click the section to download and restart your phone.
- [設定]Go to to check for updates. Download and install the beta version.