iOS 16 Might Bring Always-On Display and Lock Screen Widgets

Apple’s WWDC event or Worldwide Developer’s Conference is not so far, and there are many rumors regarding the new updates for iPhones, iPad, and MacBooks. The event will take place on June 6th, with several predictions about the conference and Apple’s upcoming announcements.

This annual event held by Apple will include announcing the new software upgrades for its gadgets and showcasing its latest features.

The annual WWDC event from Apple for the 2022-year may bring the iOS 16 for iPhone, iPadOS 16 for iPad, watchOS 9 for Apple Watch, and macOS 13 for the MacBook. However, many reports suggest including significant features on their new upgraded software for Apple devices.

Mainly, there are strong rumors from many reports that convey iOS 16 for the iPhones comes as the biggest upgrade until now from Apple. Yes, major overhauls are showing up on the upcoming iPhone software that can change the overall experience of UI.

The upcoming iOS 16 from Apple for the iPhone may bring new lock screen widgets, always-on display support, and much more. These new additions in the iPhone’s operating system are a big deal, as the users have been waiting for a long time for those features.

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More features on the upcoming iOS 16 would include a new wallpaper format — and an always-on display for the forthcoming iPhone 14 Pro models.

Moreover, the company might bring social network-like features to the Messages app, particularly in the audio messages department. Although there are no clear reports regarding the exact features that might end up on the messages, there are strong rumors about the iPad’s new upgrades.

The iPadOS 16 may bring the most awaited changes with the windowing and multitasking along with resizable app windows for the iPad series.

The Apple Watch is no exception in the upcoming event, as its watchOS will significantly improve day-to-day tasks and navigation. There’s more to the watchOS update, as the tech giant might bring a low-battery mode that doesn’t shut down all of its smart features.

You can check out the WWDC 2022 event, which takes place at Apple’s Cupertino campus, and a Livestream on their YouTube channel and website scheduled on June 6th.

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