Every year, the new iPhone lineup is released with a new version of iOS, and just like clockwork, that new software also rolls out to older iPhones as well. iOS 16, the newest version of Apple’s operating system, has finally arrived.
Apple has finally released iOS 16 to the public after a lengthy beta testing period. Perhaps the biggest improvement in iOS 16 comes in the lock screen, which is now much more customizable. It has a certain vintage Android charm to it, letting you customize the clock’s font, change the colors, and even put widgets. iOS has been known over the years to be rather non-flexible as far as customization goes, so letting users customize their lock screen is a complete 180 turn on Apple’s previous strategy, and it’s a change we appreciate a lot.
In addition, iMessage is getting a handful of improvements. For one, you’re now able to edit a message after it’s been sent, letting you correct typos or wording on a text 15 minutes after you’ve sent a message. And if you messed up something completely, you’re also able to undo a…
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