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65 new iOS 16 features. All innovations and changes

 Presented at WWDC 2022, the mobile operating system for the iPhone caused a lot of questions and complaints. Some users did not appreciate the updated lock screen, attributing it to a feature of Android. Others praise the changes presented. In July, a public test version of the system will be available, anyone can install it. In the meantime, we, in turn, study the system in detail and look for all the smallest changes and chips. The article will be updated until the release of iOS 16 in the fall Lock Screen and Control Center 1. Widgets. Perhaps the most notable innovation in the operating system. Dynamic widgets appeared on the lock screen. They can be installed both from regular applications (Weather, Fitness, and so on) and from a third-party (support will appear later). 2. Customizable fonts. Now you can change the watch face visually. There are 6 different fonts available for three writing formats (Arabic, Indo-Arabic, and Devanagari). In addition, you can change the color of th

Which devices will be supported by iOS 16 and iPadOS 16?

There are no rumors yet about which devices are supported by iOS 16 and iPadOS 16, but news earlier this week about the discontinuation of the iPod touch suggests that as many as nine devices could lose support for Apple's upcoming operating system. Which Devices Will iOS 16 and iPadOS 16 Support? While Apple could simply drop support for some iPhones and iPads that still receive the latest updates, memory could be the deciding factor regarding which devices support iOS16 and iPadOS16. When Apple introduced iOS 13, it dropped support for all devices with less than 2GB of RAM. No longer supported a large number of A7 and A8-based devices such as the iPhone 5S, iPhone 6, and iPhone 6 Plus, as well as the first-generation iPad Air, iPad mini 2, iPad mini 3, and sixth-generation iPod touch. This is why the iPad mini 4 with 2GB of RAM continues to be supported by iOS 13, 14, and 15 support, even though it has an A8 chip. iOS and iPadOS 13, 14, and 15 support all the same devices, includ