iOS 16: Hands-on with 100+ Best Features

    iOS 16 has a lot of new features and changes for iPhone users. At this point, people have seen standout features like the redesigned Lock Screen, Messages upgrade, and new features for Mail. As usual, though, there are plenty of other new features in iOS 16 worth trying out.

    Head below to see all the 100+ new features built into iOS 16 for iPhone users.

    All New Features in iOS 16

    9to5Mac video editor Miles Somerville dive into all the new features of iOS 16 on 9to5Mac Youtube channel. In the nearly 37-minute video, Miles details all of the intricacies of iOS 16. This includes a close-up look at key new features, like the new Lock Screen, and details on some of the changes. small for things like the Camera app, Photos , and more.

    The video is based on the first iOS 16 beta released last week, so things are bound to change as beta testing gets underway over the summer. This video serves as a more in-depth introduction to what’s new in iOS 16, but we’ll have more videos with each subsequent beta update through September.

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    9to5Mac’s Take: Two weeks with iOS 16

    Now that I’ve been about two weeks with iOS 16, I think it’s safe to say it’s a pretty great upgrade on a large scale. There are some headline changes, such as a new Lock Screen and the ability to edit and cancel iMessages, but there are also some quality of life improvements.

    The combination of these two types of changes is what makes iOS 16 such an exciting update for iPhone users. Stability and performance should improve over the summer, but the base is there.

    Have you installed iOS 16 on your iPhone? Keep in mind that the update is currently still in beta testing and is only available to developers. The public beta will be released in July, followed by a public release in September.

    If you already have iOS 16 installed, let us know what you think about the update in the comments section below.

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