An appleIt’s available for download now, so people can expect iOS 16.2 to be widely available soon. Prior to this release, did you check out the new features in ? The latest iOS software hit compatible iPhones (and iPads with ) in early October. As a follow-up to the new iOS 16 tricks, as a way to do just that And more customize iOS 16.1 brings a host of new features, tweaks, and fixes to your iPhone.
Here’s what’s new in iOS 16.1 and what each feature does. If you haven’t downloaded the update yet, we show you how to do it. Looking to dive deeper into your iPhone? paying off And the .
iCloud Shared Photo Library
Sharing photos with your friends and family after a night out or vacation can be a hassle. But with iCloud Shared Photo Library, you can easily share photos and videos with up to five other people.
Anyone with access to a shared photo library can add, edit, and delete content within the library. You can upload photos directly from the iPhone camera to the Library, and you can add photos to the Library when you are physically with others who have access to the Library.
However, you cannot share two shared libraries at once, and if you move photos from your personal library to the shared library, these photos will not be duplicated and can only be found in the shared library.
Live activities on the dynamic island and lock screen
The‘s And the lock screen is enhanced by live activities. With live activities, the dynamic island and lock screen show notifications from third-party apps for things like sports and flights.
Apple Fitness Plus without the Apple Watch
With iOS 16.1, you no longer need ato reach . With an iPhone 8 or later, you can track your fitness progress and goals right from your phone.
Battery screen updates
iPhones from the XR all the way up to the latest models now have a File View optionin the battery gauge icon. The font size used for the battery icon has also increased slightly, making it easier to read.
Background and lock screen updates
Apple made it easy to customize your wallpaper in iOS 16.1. From Settings > Wallpaper menu, the option to add a new wallpaper has become more visually distinctive, and you have the option to scroll through existing wallpapers. Also, when editing your wallpaper from the lock screen, you will now have the option to customize either the lock screen or your home screen (instead of just the lock screen).
The screenshot editing tools interface has been updated
When you edit a screenshot using the edit menu, delete, save, and copy options are now displayed across the top of your screen in a smaller, less intrusive menu. Previously, these options were at the bottom of your iPhone’s screen.
Wallet application upgrades
You can securely share car, hotel room and other Wallet app information with Messages and WhatsApp. Apple Card customers can also increase their daily cash back by putting their savings into a high-yield savings account. You can also delete the Wallet app from your iPhone if you want.
Smart home connection via Matter
Matter, the new smart home connectivity standard, is now supported. This means that you can control smart devices such asAnd the from your iPhone.
Set up a clean energy charge
A new Clean Power Charging toggle has been added to the Battery section of Settings. The setting can help reduce your carbon footprint when charging your iPhone. With clean energy charging turned on, your iPhone will selectively charge when low-carbon electricity is available. This setting appears to be toggled on by default, but you can turn it off if you want by going to Settings > Battery > Battery Health & Charging Clicking the toggle next to Clean energy charging.
Upgrade the Apple Books interface
If you’re reading books on your iPhone, the reader controls are automatically hidden when you open Apple Books.
Apple also fixed a few bugs. These fixes address issues such as deleted conversations showing up in Messages, some Dynamic Island content not appearing when using Reachability and CarPlay not connecting when using a VPN app.
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