Apple iOS 16 iPhone software is likely to add a lot of changes

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Apple is expected to bring a series of new updates to iPhones and iPads with its upcoming software releases, iOS 16 and iPadOS 16, which the company is expected to announce during its WWDC 2022 developer release on June 6.

The changes to the iPhone include updates for notifications, notifications and the Health app, according to Bloomberg. Apple also introduced new notification changes last year, including the option to bundle them together in a summary at a specific time of day, and a new focus mode that limits the notifications you see at specific times. The messaging app is expected to get new features for audio messaging, Bloomberg said.

Meanwhile, the Health app is expected to get new features that work with the iPhone and Apple Watch, according to Bloomberg.

Apple is expected to add new widgets to the lock screen with support for “always-on” displays on the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro. This allows you to view widgets on your iPhone, even when it’s just sitting on your desktop. Currently, the iPhone screen becomes dark when not in use. But always-on displays have just become popular on Android phones made by Samsung, Google and other phone makers.

Still, Apple is likely to unveil its latest iPhone in the fall, so it will still be a few months before consumers can buy phones that can use this feature.

The report also said that Apple will add new iPad multytasking options. Last year, it made it much easier for two apps to run side-by-side, but some iPad power users have long asked for features that allow the tablet to run even more apps in different windows like you might on a Mac .

Apple usually announces new software at the event and then releases it in beta for users to try before the final version is released to all users in the fall.

Apple may also announce new MacBook Air laptops at the event, Bloomberg said.

An Apple spokesman was not immediately available for comment.

Read Bloomberg’s full report here.

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