iOS 16 and iPad OS 16 now have a public beta programme available from Apple.


At its WorldWide Developer Conference (WWDC) last month, Apple first announced its upcoming iOS 16 and iPad OS 16 releases. Since then, Apple has seeded a few pre-release builds to developers. However, as of right now, you can participate in testing of the upcoming releases as well, as the public beta programmes for iOS 16 and iPadOS 16 are now active.

If your iPhone or iPad is suitable, you can now easily sign it up for the beta programme, and later today, you'll get the first public beta build as an over-the-air software update. Up until the time of the official release this autumn, you'll also receive future public beta builds as software upgrades. after installing that

You shouldn't anticipate this initial public beta build to be perfect; in fact, it's far from it. It's not really advised to use it on your primary phone or tablet because there are probably going to be a lot of problems and bothersome bugs with it.

With iOS 16, you can add backgrounds, clocks, and widgets to the lock screen, and notifications now come in from the bottom. Additionally available and able to be connected with Focus modes are multiple lock screens.

Additionally, the Messages app now supports editing, deleting, and marking unread messages. SharePlay is no longer restricted to FaceTime, allowing you to engage with the people you're sharing material with via Messages.

You can experiment with many more intriguing new features that are included in this update. For instance, the iPad now has a dedicated Weather app and a brand-new multitasking system called Stage Manager.

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