iOS 16.2

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Cupertino-based tech giant Apple recently rolled out the iOS 16.1 update for eligible iPhone users and now in the latest edition of the Power On newsletter, Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman claimed that the iPhone maker will launch iOS 16.2 in mid-December with iPadOS 16.2. May roll out 16.2. “The iOS 16.2 and iPadOS 16.2 updates, which began beta testing last week, should be released in mid-December,” Gurman says in today’s newsletter. Also read- How to Transfer Your Google Contacts to Your iPhone: A Step-by-Step Guide

According to MacRumors, iOS 16.2 will reintroduce live activity integration for select sports games to the built-in TV app on the iPhone. The report further suggests that the feature will work for select sports games thanks to the built-in TV app on the iPhone. iOS 16.2 will also add a new Sleep Widget option for users to add a lock screen. In addition, iPadOS 16.2 will reintroduce external display support for select iPad models. Also read- How to Delete Multiple Contacts on iPhone: Step-by-Step Guide

According to Gourmet, after iOS 16.2 in mid-December, Apple is expected to launch iOS 16.3, iPadOS 16.3 and macOS Ventura 13.3 around February and March. Also read- How to Use Stage Manager on Your macOS Ventura Powered Mac: A Step-by-Step Guide

To recall, iOS 16.1 allows users to delete the Wallet app for the first time. But the removal of the Wallet app means that many features, including Apple Pay, Apple Cash and Apple Card, will no longer be available.

The new update supports ‘Matter’, a new smart home connectivity standard that will enable compatible accessories to work on all platforms simultaneously.

‘Clean Energy Charging’ focuses on reducing the iPhone’s carbon footprint by planning charging times when the grid is using clean energy sources.

Battery percentage is available in iOS 16.1 for iPhone XR, 11, 12 and 13 mini. The battery indicator has been modified by the company so that a dynamic icon appears when the percentage is activated.

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