The next major update for iPhone is iOS 16 and we’re close to seeing Apple reveal the features and changes that will arrive with the new software. There are several launches when it comes to the iOS 16 release date including the developer beta, public beta, and the official public debut. Here’s what to expect…
Traditionally, Apple reveals its next version of iOS at the WWDC keynote and launches the first developer beta within hours.
Over the last few years, we’ve seen the first free iOS public beta launch three to four weeks after the first developer beta with the official public release following after the fall iPhone event.
iOS 16 could include iPhone upgrades and changes for notifications, Messages, health features, an always-on lock screen, and more. Meanwhile, iPadOS 16 could bring an all-new multitasking UI.
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iOS 16 release date: When does iOS 16 come out?
- iOS 16 developer beta – expected June 6 release at WWDC
- iOS 16 public beta – expected end of June or early July
- iOS 16 public release – expected in September