According to a report, iOS 16 could bring an Always-on Lock Screen to Future iPhones
WWDC will likely see the unveiling of Apple’s new operating system.
Apple will likely show iOS 16 at the annual developer confab , which begins Friday. According to a Sunday report from Bloomberg, major improvements to the iPhone lock screen will be part of the next version Apple’s mobile operating systems.
iOS 16 will feature an always-on mode to lock the screen. Bloomberg suggests that this feature could be limited to the iPhone 14 Pro Max and iPhone 14 Pro Max. According to Bloomberg, the lock screen will get new wallpapers with widget-like capabilities.
Bloomberg reports that iOS 16 could bring more social networking features to Messages, while the Health app might get additional features on the iPhone or Apple Watch.
Apple did not immediately respond to a request to comment.
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WWDC will see updates to iOS 16 and WatchOS 9., as well as TVOS 16 software. Rumours suggest that Apple may announce new hardware. Some rumors point to a performance-focused Mac Pro desktop.
Bloomberg reports that Apple could also unveil a new MacBook Air with an M2 chip at WWDC. It is possible, however, that the launch of the device could be delayed by supply chain constraints.