iPhone IOS16 release this year

Mostly the iPhone doesn’t release its updates quickly. Now iPhone introduce a new update to IOS 16 devices. This update is totally changed and amazing the iPhone home screen is different you can customize your own lock screen font, color, or replacement of elements on your lock screen. For inspiration on how to make the Lock Screen your own, browse a gallery of many options, each with a unique backdrop, stylized view of the date and time, and information you can see at a glance. You can change your lock screen which one do you want to touch and hold it then swipe. 

IOS 16 features

IOS automatically suggests the photo from your gallery that looks great on the lock screen. Create a patterned lock screen based on your favorite emoji. Better camera results and more features in it. The IOS 16 is very comfortable to use and Insert emojis while text sending messages with Siri. Automatically send messages Skip the confirmation step while sending messages. You can enable this feature in Settings.  You can hang up a call while calling and say “Hey Siri” hang up you can enable this feature in the settings. Edit a message You can edit a message for up to 15 minutes after sending it. Recipients will be able to see a record of edits made to the message. Photo shuffle See a set of photos shuffle automatically on your Lock Screen. Set the cadence for how often your Lock Screen updates with a new photo, or let iOS surprise and delight you throughout the day. 

iPhone release date

According to Apple September 19, pretty sure IOS 16 will be released to the public in September 2022 following the annual event. 

Available in devices?

  • iPhone 8
  • iPhone 8 Plus
  • iPhone X
  • iPhone XS
  • iPhone XS MAX
  • iPhone XR
  • iPhone 11
  • iPhone 11 Pro
  • iPhone 11 pro max 
  • iPhone 12
  • iPhone 12 Pro
  • iPhone 12 pro max
  • iPhone 13 
  • iPhone  13 Pro 
  • iPhone 13 pro max 
  • iPhone 14 (series) 

 

 iPhone does not have IOS 16 

  • iPhone 6s.
  • iPhone 6s Plus.
  • iPhone 7.
  • iPhone 7 Plus.
  • iPhone SE (1st Gen)
  • iPod touch (7th Gen)

Do Apple phones last longer than Samsung?

Another major advantage that iPhones have over Samsung phones is the longevity of the devices. Although Samsung now offers four years of major Android updates for its flagships and mid-range phones, iPhones can easily last for five to six years. 

Will iOS 16 have Touch ID?

Touch ID won’t be under the screen in the iPhone 15 and iPhone 16, Kuo says | AppleInsider.

Will iPhone 14 have Touch ID?

No Touch ID  

It’s also possible Apple takes a less ambitious approach and integrates Touch ID into the iPhone’s power button, similar to the iPad Air and iPad mini. But ultimately, Touch ID is not expected to be an iPhone 14 feature this year.

Does Apple Scan your photos?

After a significant backlash, Apple released an FAQ (which opens in a new tab) to answer many people’s questions about the new update. The company clarified that only photos uploaded to their cloud storage service, iCloud, are susceptible to scanning. The feature is also limited to users in the United States.

Why can’t I update my iPhone 11 to iOS 16?

iOS 16 will be supported on the iPhone 8 or later. This, unfortunately, means that if you have an older iPhone — such as the 2016 iPhone SE, iPhone 6s, or iPhone 7 — those will be able to download iOS 16 (or the beta version) and you will not be able to access its cool new features.

How do I upgrade to iOS 16?

Navigate to Settings > General > Software Update. You might have to tap Upgrade to iOS 16 at the bottom of the screen and then Download and Install, or you’ll be directed to Download and Install automatically. Either way, if your iPhone has a passcode, you’ll be prompted to enter it.

Read Also:Expect More News From iOS 16 at Least Until the iPhone 14 Comes

Can iPhone 6 Get iOS 15?

If you own the iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus, or original iPhone SE, you can upgrade to iOS 15. Anything earlier than these phones, such as an iPhone 6 or an iPhone 5S, you’re out of luck.

By Anna Jeffs

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