Our friend Federico Viticci at MacStories is back with its annual comprehensive test of the latest version of Apple’s software. This year, Viticci took an in-depth look at everything you need to know about iOS 16: “Personalization is back, and Apple is having fun again. »
iOS 16 was released to iPhone users around the world today after three months of beta testing. Viticci’s review gives you a detailed look at what’s new, how these new features will impact your everyday life with your iPhone, and what’s to come.
Viticci posits that while the hardware features of the iPhone are usually what “surprise” users, iOS 16 has features that accomplish something similar. “Software-related surprises are rarer on iOS these days,” he says. As Viticci puts it, “iOS 16 marks Apple’s triumphant return to user personalization.”
Different from iOS 14 and home screen widgets in 2020, however, Vittici sees iOS 16 and Apple’s marketing as deliberately aimed at making your iPhone “yours”.
Of course there’s an argument to be made that Lock Screen widgets are also developed in service of new hardware, but I don’t think that takes away from the breadth of this functionality and the way Apple created everything a story around wallpapers, widgets, photos, and Focus modes this year. As you will see, the customizable lock screen will be the main character From this review: I had a lot of fun exploring different permutations of my lock screen this summer, and I got to test out dozens of widgets from third-party developers, which I’ll also feature in this story.
I don’t want to say too much, so I’ll send you to MacStories to read the full Viticci iOS 16 review. As always, the attention to detail is absolutely amazing and something only Viticci could achieve. I mean, why else a MacStories competitor related to it? (Just kidding, it’s all love.) You can join the MacStories Club membership to unlock even more.
And of course, be sure to also check out Netcost-security.fr’s full iOS 16 coverage. We have summaries of new features, tutorials and much more.
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