iOS 16 is here: Apple is in full swing! New interaction, interface and more

For the upcoming WWDC Developer Conference in June, Apple won’t let everyone wait long. This means that the company will unveil iOS 16 in due course. There is also inside information that intense work is currently underway. According to the latest from Mark Gurman of Bloomberg, the first public beta of iOS 16 will be available in July this year. It’s a little later than the usual deadline. The first public beta will run concurrently with the third developer beta.

Typically, Apple releases the first public beta of iOS when the second developer beta is released. So, if the news is true, we can assume that the first public beta of iOS 16 will arrive a few weeks later than usual.

Mark Gurman says iOS 16 public beta might be late and internal torrents are currently buggy. However, this is just speculation at the moment, and if all goes well, Apple might release the public beta in time. So be sure to treat these messages with caution, as the final decision rests with Apple.

iOS 16 will be announced at Apple’s WWDC conference next month. Developers can choose to download the release to their compatible iPhone models immediately after the event. The initial beta of a new update usually contains many bugs, so it’s wise not to install them in your daily reader. Rumor has it that iOS 16 will improve the notification system and add a new multitasking management interface to iPadOS.

Models that support iOS 16

According to unconfirmed reports, iOS 16 plans to drop support for the original iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, and iPhone SE. This means that the iPhone SE 2, iPhone 7, and higher iPhone will receive an iOS 16 upgrade.

Apple will announce iOS 16 at WWDC 2022 when it announces the specific upgrade support list. In terms of accuracy, iPhonesoft’s reports have different marks. In the past, he has had correct and incorrect reports. For example, it correctly reported the list of supported devices for iOS 13 and iOS 14 in advance. However, its reports on the original iPhone 6s and iPhone SE not upgraded to iOS 15 were wrong.

If the report is correct, that means iOS 16 will require the A10 chip as the minimum hardware spec to get the latest features. Still, that’s an incredibly long life for iPhones in terms of upgrades and maintenance. The original iPhone 6s and iPhone SE were first released in late 2015 and early 2016, respectively. This means that they will receive regular software updates for over 6 years.