IOS 16 is here: Apple is in full swing! new interaction, interface & more

Apple won’t let anyone wait too long for the WWDC developer conference, which will be held in June. This means that the company will unveil the iOS 16 in good time. According to internal information, intense work is ongoing. According to the latest news from Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, the first public beta version of iOS 16 will available in July this year. This is slightly later than the normal timeframe. The third beta for developers will be running concurrently with the first public beta.

Apple usually releases the first public beta iOS 16 when it releases its second developer beta. If the news is true, it’s possible that iOS 16’s first public beta will arrive a few more weeks later than normal.

Mark Gurman suggests that iOS 16’s public beta might be delayed, and internal torrents may still be buggy. These are only speculations at this point. Apple could release the public beta if all goes well. Apple is the final judge, so be cautious about what you read.

iOS 16 will be announced at Apple’s WWDC conference next month. After the event, developers can download the update to their compatible iPhone models. The initial beta of a new update usually has a lot of bugs, so it’s wise not to install them in your daily drive. Rumours claim that iOS 16 will fix the notification system and introduce a multitasking management interface for iPadOS.


According to unconfirmed reports, iOS 16 plans to drop support for the iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, and the original iPhone SE. iOS 16 will allow iPhone SE 2, iPhone 7 or above to get an upgrade.

Apple will announce iOS 16 at WWDC 2022 when it will announce the specific upgrade support list. In terms of accuracy, iPhonesoft’s reports have different ratings. It has reported both incorrect and correct reports in the past. It correctly reported in advance the list of supported devices on iOS 13 and iOS 14. Its reports regarding iPhone 6s and iPhone SE not updating to iOS 15 were incorrect.

This means that iOS 16 will need the A10 chip to access the most recent features. This still means that iPhones will last a very long time without needing to be upgraded or maintained. The iPhone 6s and the original iPhone SE were launched in late 2015 and early 2016. They will be receiving software updates for more than 6 years.

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