Unlike Android 13, iOS 16 will be a fairly important upgrade to Apple’s mobile platform. One of the biggest news will be a new Lock Screen with widget support. Of course in Apple’s style, and most of all it resembles the mini widgets from the Apple Watch.
Also interesting is the support for multiple Lock Screens, through which you will slide depending on whether you are at home, at work, resting or on some adventure, and will follow the selected Focus operating modes.
With the iMessage iOS 16 update, it gets the ability to retract and subsequently edit sent messages. Apple will also implement a record of all changes there so that the recipient and the sender can track the history of changes.
The Mail app is also getting new tools for undoing sending, scheduling emails, and a better and more functional search engine.
They’ve also improved text dictation, Apple Maps gets multi-stop route planning, and Apple Pay offers free installment payments.
We also saw the revolutionary return of battery percentage to the status bar.
Since this 7th beta has just been released, it remains to be seen whether it will bring any other unprecedented features and news.
In any case, there is not much time left until the official version of iOS 16.
According to unofficial information, Apple will present the new iPhone 14 series and iOS 16 on September 7.