New Features expected to come to iPhones with iOS 16

Evren Elveren —  June 5, 2022 — Leave a comment

We have compiled the features expected to come to iPhones with iOS 16, which will be introduced at Apple’s World Developers Conference this year.

Apple’s The WWDC developer conference, where products such as iPhone, Apple Watch and iPad will introduce new software and features,  will be held online between June 6-10. WWDC 2022, where new versions of Apple software such as iOS, iPadOS, macOS, watchOS, tvOS will be announced; It will be available to watch live on apple.com , Apple Developer app, YouTube and Apple TV.

New updates will be introduced

Apple will focus on iOS 16, iPadOS 16, macOS 13, watchOS 9 and tvOS 16 at the conference. The company will likely release beta versions of these operating systems to developers on the same day.

Possible innovations to come to iPhones with iOS 16

The next major release of Apple’s iOS operating system could include significant improvements. iOS 16 is expected to include an update for notifications and a host of new health-monitoring features. On the other hand, there will be no such thing as a complete redesign of the iOS interface. Stating that watchOS 9 may include upgrades inactivity and health monitoring features, analysts do not provide any details on this issue. With iOS 16, Health apps and Fitness apps will be redesigned according to new health features. It was rumored that iOS 15 would have some kind of “food or nutrition tracking” feature, but that didn’t happen. It is also among the claims that this feature will appear with iOS 16.

Always-on display

Before the iPhone 13 was released, there were rumors that Apple would finally use an “always-on display” that shows the time, date, notifications, and other quick data at a glance. However, this feature, which has been on Android phones for years, did not appear on iPhone 13 models either. This feature is not hardware dependent and only works with OLED displays. That’s why Apple may introduce the “always-on display” feature with iOS 16. Considering that the iPhone X, XS, and XS Max, 11 Pro, and 11 Pro Max and all iPhone 12 and 13 models have OLED screens, we can say that this feature can be made available for the phones in question.

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