Apple’s iOS 16 release is imminent

Apple is expected to launch iOS 16 for iPhones at 10 a.m. PDT / 1 p.m. ET today, Monday, September 12.

iOS 16 brings the biggest update ever to the lock screen with new features that make it more beautiful, personal and useful.
iOS 16 brings the biggest update ever to the lock screen with new features that make it more beautiful, personal and useful.

iOS 16 brings the biggest lock screen update ever and new sharing, communication and intelligence features that together change the way users experience iPhone. iOS 16 introduces iCloud Shared Photo Library for seamlessly sharing a collection of photos with family, updates to Messages and Mail that help users stay connected with ease, and powerful improvements to Live Text and Visual Look Up.

Lock screen becomes more personal, beautiful and useful with iOS 16. With a new multi-layered effect, photo subjects are artfully placed in front of the time on the lock screen, creating a sense of depth. Users can also change the appearance of the date and time with expressive styles and color choices.

The lock screen features widgets that take inspiration from Apple Watch complications, making it easy to get information at a glance, such as upcoming calendar events, weather, battery levels, alarms, time zones, activity ring progress, and more.

Live Activities is a new feature that helps users stay abreast of things that are happening in real time, such as a sports game, workout, race share, or food delivery order, right from the game screen. block.

Notifications have been redesigned to scroll from the bottom, ensuring users have a clear view of their personalized lock screen.

Users can now add widgets to the lock screen, making it easy to get information at a glance such as the progress of the activity ring, weather and calendar events.
Users can now add widgets to the lock screen, making it easy to get information at a glance such as the progress of the activity ring, weather and calendar events.

iCloud Shared Photo Library gives families a new way to share photos seamlessly with a separate iCloud library where up to six users can collaborate, contribute and have fun. Users can choose to share existing photos from their personal collections or to share based on a start date or the people in the photos. A user can also choose to automatically send photos to the Shared Library using a new switch in the Camera app. Additionally, users will get smart tips for sharing a photo that includes attendees in the Shared Photo Library. Each user in the Shared Photo Library has access to add, delete, edit or bookmark the shared photos or videos, which will appear in each user’s memories and featured photos so that everyone can relive more complete family moments.

Users can edit or recall recently sent messages, retrieve recently deleted messages, and mark conversations as unread so they can come back to them later. Additionally, SharePlay is coming to Messages, making it possible to enjoy synchronized content like movies or music and shared playback controls while chatting in Messages.

In Messages, users can now edit or recall recently sent messages.
With iOS 16, users can now edit or retrieve recently sent messages in Messages.

Additionally, there are new tools for Mail, Live Text and Visual Look Up enhancements, new Apple Wallet features, and much more.

Apple’s iOS 16 is compatible with these devices:

• iPhone 13 Pro Max
• iPhone 13 Pro
• iPhone 13
• iPhone 13 mini
• iPhone 12 Pro Max
• iPhone 12 Pro
• iPhone 12
• iPhone 12 mini
• iPhone 11 Pro Max
• iPhone 11 Pro
• iPhone 11
• iPhone XS Max
• iPhone XS
• iPhone XR
• iPhone X
• iPhone 8 Plus
• iPhone 8
• iPhone SE (2nd generation, released April 24, 2020 or later)

Note from MacDailyNews: To update your iPhone or iPod touch:

  1. Back up your device using iCloud or your computer.
  2. Plug your device into power and connect to the internet with Wi-Fi.
  3. Go to Settings> Generalthen tap Software update.
  4. Faucet Install now or Download and install.

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