Apple Released A New Update, This Feature Will Be Available In These iPhones
Apple has officially issued the upgrade to its new iOS 16, iOS 16.1, following a month of beta testing. The iOS 16 operating system has undergone some significant modifications in iOS 16.1. The company also debuted the initial iteration of iPadOS 16, along with this. You can update your iPhone to iOS 16.1 if you have an iPhone and are on iOS 16. Let us know what new features you are going to get in the new update.
To address some problems, Apple has postponed the launch of iCloud Shared Photo Library. But as of right now, iOS 16.1 includes it. Users of this feature will have access to two different types of libraries: personal libraries and shared libraries. With Cloud Shared Photo Library, a photo library can be shared by up to six users. In other words, the photo gallery will be accessible to five individuals besides you. Additionally, they will be able to add, modify, and remove photos from the library.
With iOS 16.1, changes are also seen in the lock screen and dynamic island feature live activities. Live activities are going to give you a whole new experience, with this you get many great features like real-time activities like an upcoming uber ride, flight, and sports game. Along with this, iPhone users also get Live Activity API.
With the help of the Wallet app, available keys like a car, hotel room, and other keys can be shared with other users. That is, you can share keys securely with other users through Messages, WhatsApp, and other messaging apps.
After the new update, users will be able to see new customizations on the lock and home screen. Additionally, there will be a choice between customizing the lock screen and the home screen. In other words, users will no longer need to go through a number of steps to customize something; instead, they will be able to tap once to get a variety of alternatives.
The latest update is available for download to all iOS 16 iPhone users. After the iPhone 8, iOS 16.1 will be available for all new iPhone models. The new update will therefore be compatible with the iPhone 9 series, iPhone X, iPhone XR, iPhone 11 series, iPhone Se series, iPhone 12 series, iPhone 13 series, and the next iPhone 14 series.