Apple released iOS 16.2 version for its users, bringing many latest features such as iCloud Shared Photo Library and other additions. This latest iPhone update includes advanced Lock Screen customizations, Live Activities, modifications to Messages and Mail, and much more.
iOS 16.2 beta 2 is now public to enrolled developers around the globe. Users who have registered and activated the beta profile can instantly download and install this new version.
Here’s what to expect with the latest update:
iOS 16.2: Expanded ProMotion support
Apple’s release pointers say that animated layout changes now occur at 120Hz on ProMotion displays.
iOS 16.2: New Home app architecture
Apple says iOS 16.2 will bring faster, more reliable performance. However, the notes said that the company still has to test it before they can say it is meant for everyday use.
iOS 16.2: Live Activities changes
Some enhancements have been made to the feature in iOS 16.2. As a reminder, Live Activities alerts on the lock screen will give you continuous updates for delivery statuses, sports scores, and timers.
iOS 16.2: Sleep widget and Medications widgets
iOS 16.2 beta one also added a Sleep Lock Screen widget to iOS, letting users view their sleep-tracking records from the Lock Screen.
iOS 16.2: Resolved issues
According to Apple’s iOS release notes(opens in new tab), it has fixed an issue typing in Chinese Pinyin, and an issue with the TV app not working appropriately.
There are various minor updates released from the end of Apple. To see this in detail, please navigate to the company’s official website.
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