Apple launched iOS 16.3 a couple of weeks ago, we are also expecting Apple to launch the first beta of iOS 16.4, this should happen this week.
We have already seen a number of videos of the new iOs 16.3 software and now we have another one, the latest video is from Zollotech. The video also highlights some of the new features that Apple is bringing to the iPhone in future updates.
The iOS 16.3 update brought a range of new features to the iPhone, including the Security Keys feature, which lets you add a physical security key to your device. You can see more details below.
Here are the release notes for iOS 16.3:
This update includes the following enhancements and bug fixes:
- New Unity wallpaper honors Black history and culture in celebration of Black History Month
- Security Keys for Apple ID allow users to strengthen the security of their account by requiring a physical security key as part of the two factor authentication sign in process on new devices
- Support for HomePod (2nd generation)
- Emergency SOS calls now require holding the side button with the up or down volume button and then releasing in order to prevent inadvertent emergency calls
- Fixes an issue in Freeform where some drawing strokes created with Apple Pencil or your finger may not appear on shared boards
- Addresses an issue where the wallpaper may appear black on the Lock Screen
- Fixes an issue where horizontal lines may temporarily appear while waking up iPhone 14 Pro Max
- Fixes an issue where the Home Lock Screen widget does not accurately display Home app status
- Addresses an issue where Siri may not respond properly to music requests
- Resolves issues where Siri requests in CarPlay may not be understood correctly
The new iOS 16.3 software update is now available to download, you can install it by going to Settings > General > Software update on your device.
Source & Image Credit: Zollotech
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