Apple will likely announce iOS 16 beta in June at WWDC 2022 Apple typically releases the next-generation iPhone series in autumn. It tends to be introduced alongside up-to-date versions of iOS and iPadOS, operating systems designed to power the iPhone and iPad.
For instance, in September 2021, Apple introduced iOS 15 and iPadOS 15. So, this year, it is expected to announce iOS 15 and iPadOS 15. These updates need to be very similar, with the main differences being one is supposed for the iPhone and the difference for larger-screen iPads. Here is the whole thing you want to know about the iOS 16 beta in particular. We are rounding up details as they leak. Plus, we’re along with our personal wishlist.
iOS 16 beta 2022: Release date
Release date: September 2022
Apple usually announces an important software program update for the iPhone at its annual developer conference, WWDC, and it releases a developer beta at once after. It’s then followed by means of a public beta, which anyone can test. The official release for more recent iPhone models usually does not arrive till September – at the same time as the next iPhone. Last year, for example, Apple released iOS 15 on 20 September (or about a week after the iPhone thirteen event). Should Apple’s iPhone 14 event take place this September, as iPhone events typically do, then iOS 16 beta would most likely roll out a week later.
iOS 16 beta 2022: How to attempt the public beta
You can install the present-day public betas of iOS and iPadOS in much less than five minutes. Just be positive to join Apple’s beta software program first, and then you can get installation the betas to test. Pocket-lint has in-depth information that explains how to install the iOS public beta if you want more help. Keep in thinking the iOS 16 public beta is now not available. It will probably go live this summer, following the beta test for developers.
iOS 16 2022: Which iPhones are compatible?
iOS 16 2022 compatibility: iPhone 7 and up
Although Apple releases major software program updates to iOS every year, it tries to make sure older iPhone models are supported. For instance, iOS 15 works easily on the 2015 iPhone 6S and later. However, in accordance with the French website online iPhoneSoft, iOS 16 will solely support iPhone models that feature an A10 processor or higher. That’s the iPhone 7 and up. Notably, the iPhone 6S, 6S Plus, and the iPhone SE 2016 are not compatible.
Note: iPhoneSoft additionally said iPadOS 16 “will in all likelihood not” be compatible with the iPad Mini 4, iPad 5, iPad Air 2, or 9.7-inch and 12.9-inch iPad Pro
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iOS 16 2022: features
Little is known about the iOS 16 beta right now because it’s not yet available. Only a couple of things have leaked out about the software – but please take this all with a grain of salt until Apple officially announces iOS 16 beta.
the iPhone 14 could feature a car crash detection mode that can determine when a collision has occurred and automatically dial emergency services. This would presumably be an iOS 16 feature.
Which phones are compatible with iOS 16?
The following iPhones will likely be able to support iOS 16 beta 2022:
- iPhone 13 mini
- iPhone 13
- iPhone 13 Pro
- iPhone 13 Pro Max
- iPhone 11
- iPhone 11 Pro
- iPhone 11 Pro Max
- iPhone 12 mini
- iPhone 12
- iPhone 12 Pro
- iPhone 12 Pro Max
- iPhone 7
- iPhone 7 Plus
- iPhone 8
- iPhone 8 Plus
- iPhone SE (2020)
- iPhone X
- iPhone XR
- iPhone XS
- iPhone XS Max
Reportedly Apple’s A10 chipset will be the minimum requirement to run iOS 16. So iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus, and iPhone SE 2016 may not receive the iOS 16 Update.
How can I update to iOS 16?
Method 1: Keep automatic updates enabled on your phone. Your device will automatically update to iOS 16 or you will receive a prompt to do so.
Method 2: You can go to the “Settings” > “General” > “Software Update” path and then click “Upgrade to iOS 16” (Coming Soon). Click on “Download and Install” and the iOS 16 update will begin installing on your handset. You will have to restart after updating.
Well, all the information mentioned above is based on leaks and expectations only; nothing regarding the iOS 16 operating system has been confirmed officially yet. To know more about it, we have to wait for any official hint or announcement.
Having that said, what do you think about the upcoming iOS 16 operating system and what do you expect from it? Do let us know by dropping a comment in your words down below. Thanks for sticking with us all the way end to the post.
Will iOS 16 be available for your iPhone 6?
new iOS every year, the operating systems are compatible with most old models, with iOS 15 working smoothly on the 2015 iPhone 6S. But the French website iPhoneSoft claims a developer at Apple leaked that iOS 16 will work on iPhones that have an A10 processor or higher. That’s the iPhone 7 and up — and not the iPhone 6S, 6S Plus, or the SE 2016.
iPhoneSoft also says iPadOS 16 “will probably not” be compatible with the iPad Mini 4, iPad 5, iPad Air 2, or 9.7- and 12.9-inch iPad Pro.