iOS 16.1 and the first iPadOS 16 update are expected to arrive on October 24, along with the new tablets.
The BloombergAccording to sources Mark Gorman, who works at systems. After discovering various bugs and instability issues in the beta version of iPadOS 16, Apple push it away release, so iPhones were first updated in September, while tablets have not yet received the new major release.
System 16.1 can already be installed in beta state. (Source: 9to5Mac) [+]
According to Gurman, in addition to the new major version that is now available for download, Apple is also preparing a product presentation in the last week of October. It is based on the fact that the company announced its fourth-quarter earnings on October 27, and in recent years it has been common to launch new products in the same week as the fourth quarter statistics (for example, MacBook Pros in 2021, MacBook Pro in 2020 iPhone 12 ). There have already been reports that this year the 10th generation iPad and iPad Pro equipped with the M2 chip will not be presented at a virtual press conference, but simply in a press release, so far nothing refutes it.
This is what the battery percentage display looks like in iOS 16. (Source: MacRumors) [+]
iOS 16.1 became available for iPhone on October 11, first in developer beta (16.1 v5), then public beta during the evening, and iPadOS 16 beta 12 was also released at the same time. With the update, the iPhone XR, 11, 12 mini and 13 mini were also included they got it Show battery percentage Apple has redrawn the icon so that it changes dynamically with charge. M1 iPad users next to iPad Pro 2018 and 2020 owners can now use Stage Manager. In addition, the live notifications screen called Live Activities will be displayed on all devices, and the Live Activities API will be available to developers. It will be possible to delete the Apple Wallet from the system, but if this happens, the Apple Pay system will also be deactivated. The devices will receive support for the Matter connectivity standard for smart home devices. Shared iCloud Photo Library is coming, and among the charging settings, there will be a switch that the iPhone is said to optimize for power consumption for times when the electrical grid is less loaded or when power comes mostly from green sources, thus reducing the device’s environmental footprint. At the moment, it is questionable whether the latter feature will be available exclusively in the US or globally.
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