Apple’s iOS 16, dubbed “Sydney,” will be unveiled at WWDC 2022 in June, according to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman (In addition, the MacBook Air 2022 is also expected to launch at this event along with some other new Apple device). Notifications will be improved “significantly,” and new health-tracking tools will be included, he said. However, compared to its predecessor, iOS 15, iOS 16 will not be much altered.
Gurman writes in his current Power On email that he doesn’t expect a big overhaul of iOS, but instead expects enhancements to notifications and tracking features in the next release a new state of health.
“I’m looking at some really big changes on the iOS side,” Gurman said, “including improved notifications and additional health-tracking tools.”
Even though the appearance and feel of iOS hasn’t changed much since iOS 7 nearly a decade ago, I don’t expect an end-to-end redesign. However, a new iPadOS multitasking interface may be available.”
During WWDC, Apple will unveil iOS 16, iPadOS 16, macOS 13, watchOS 9, and tvOS 16. The event will take place from June 6 to June 10 according to the corporation.
“Major changes to activity and health tracking,” according to Gurman, could be included in watchOS 9. There are no details about macOS 13 yet. macOS Big Sur has been completely redesigned and is now available. MacOS Monterey has received a minor upgrade.
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The camera app has been redesigned
Despite the addition of several features such as Night Mode and Cinematic Mode in recent years, many users claim that the iOS camera app is still extremely complicated.
As a result, many fans expect that the camera application will be redesigned in a more scientific, straightforward, and practical manner.
Support for QuickNote
On iPadOS 15 and macOS 12 Monterey, QuickNote is a feature. This feature allows you to swiftly enter a few lines of notes by dragging your finger up from the bottom-right corner of the screen, regardless of what you’re doing on the device.
Wouldn’t it be great if iOS users had access to this feature?
Widgets for home automation
In iOS 16, the Home app will be able to mix automation (Automation) and widgets. This combination makes controlling smart gadgets in your house much easier.
Wireless device-specific application
For many users, controlling each AirPods or AirTags headset model independently is currently rather difficult. The settings for AirPods are exclusively accessible through Bluetooth from within the Settings app, whereas the settings for AirTags are found in the Find My app.
Users will be able to manage AirPods, AirTags, and other AirThings devices more easily if they are unified into a single AirThings application. This will be a really useful apps, as it will provide you piece of mind and allow you to better manage your gadgets.
Which devices will be supported to update to iOS 16?
As can be seen, Apple is currently trying to support many different iPhone models in each new iOS release. iOS 15 supports the iPhone 6S, released in 2015.
But recently, there was an initial leak suggesting that the iPhone 6S (along with the iPhone 6S Plus and iPhone SE 1) won’t be able to update to iOS 16, the new operating system will require you to own an iPhone 7 or later.
When will iOS 16 be released?
According to the traditional schedule, Apple will usually announce the latest iOS update in June at WWDC, followed by an official release around September.
With iOS 15.2 out, Apple has focused on rolling out important features on multiple smaller updates. In previous years, we’ve seen the trackpad appear on iOS 13.4, along with ProRes in iOS 15.1 in October of this year.
Most likely when iOS 15.7 is released, iOS 16 with more important features for both iPhone and iPad will also be introduced.