It seems that the home screen widgets of the Apple iPhone are not very old yet. We first saw these widgets in iOS 14 in 2020, and they entered the iPadOS operating system in 2021. We think Apple intends to write the story of these widgets in iOS 16 in a different way. The latest revelation from iOS 16 indicates that the US tech giant intends to change these widgets. Internal name. This is a type of mega widget (very large widget) that can accommodate several regular widgets. InfoShack seems to have a lot of customization capabilities and lets you put in and use Control Center on/off options, quick call options, etc.
After the release of this image, users reacted quickly and pointed out that in iOS 16, macOS Monterey icons Used. However, this news has not been confirmed yet, because macOS Monterey was released with a set of icons that bear no resemblance to what the iPhones currently have. It is possible that Apple will move towards stabilizing the look across its operating systems and matching iOS 16 with the design of macOS icons.
However, a closer look at this image shows us that the option Enabling/Disabling the Apple TV remote control is incorrect in one of the mega-widgets. The icon for this controller is very different from what is currently available on iOS. It would be weird if Apple decided to redesign this particular icon. Because the current icon looks exactly like a real remote control, unless a new Apple TV is on the way with a new remote control.
This image definitely has a lot of imagination in the minds of users Apple creates; Imaginations that no one knows will happen or not. The whistleblower said he would release more information soon. In any case, we have to wait and see how the American technology giant reacts to this information. If Apple follows its annual schedule, we'll have to see what the company plans for iOS 16 at WWDC 2022, which is likely to take place in June 2022 (June-July). Interested users can test the operating system in beta before it is released.
Apple usually announces the developer beta at the WWDC event as soon as it launches the latest version of iOS. About a week later, there is a general beta version that is a little more stable and will be available to any user who wants to test it.
When will iOS 16 be released?
As usual, we expect iOS 16 to be available to users when Apple releases the iPhone 14 series this year To be placed. The new iOS will usually be released in late September. However, as mentioned above, if you're interested in testing it before its official release, you can probably test the beta version of iOS 16 this summer.
Which iPhones will get iOS 16? ?
Rumor has it (and based on Apple's update history) that iOS 16 should be available for smartphones up to the iPhone 7. iOS 16 seems to require at least the A10 chipset to run. The possible list of iPhones that receive iOS 16 is as follows:
- All iPhone 14 models
- All iPhone 13 models <
- All iPhone 12 models
- iPhone SE 2020
- All models IPhone 11
- iPhone XS and XS Max
- iPhone X and XR
- iPhone 8 and 8 Plus
- iPhone 7 and 7 Plus
Expected iPads from iPadOS 16 supports are:
- iPad Pro 2021
- iPad Pro 2020
- iPad Pro 2018
- iPad Pro 12.9 inches 2017
- iPad Pro 10.5 inches
- iPad Pro 9.7 inches
- iPad Air 4
- iPad Air 3
- iPad 9
- iPad 8
- iPad 6
- iPad Mini 6
- IPad Mini 5
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