iOS 16 is expected to bring “major changes to the system” and some new Apple apps, according to a new report. Information taken from the latest issue of the Power On newsletter published by Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman. Asked which operating system he thinks will get the most attention at the upcoming Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2022, Gurman said it will most likely be iOS 16. However, he doesn’t expect Apple to completely change its operating system using its release.
Gurman also mentioned in Power On Newsletter that iOS 16 could introduce “new ways to interact” with the iPhone. Apple is expected to unveil iOS 16 during the WWDC 2022 event starting June 6th. Previous reports have suggested that iOS 16 may feature redesigned app icons, interactive widgets, a floating app window, and updated theme options. It is also said to bring improvements to the camera app. Previously, Gurman also stated that iOS 16 will have significantly improved notification and health tracking features.
During the upcoming WWDC22 event, which kicks off June 6, Apple may also introduce watchOS 9. In a recent report, Gurman suggested that Apple may introduce a new low power mode with watchOS 9 that could support several additional apps and features. . The existing power-saving Power Reserve mode allows you to display the time only on Apple Watch models. The Cupertino-based company will likely also update some of the built-in watch faces that are currently available.
Apple is said to be working on an update to the atrial fibrillation detection feature for Apple Watch models. With this update, smartwatches will be able to calculate “load” – how often over a long period a person experiences this type of arrhythmia. This feature may also arrive in watchOS 9 in June.
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