Today, Apple has ranked the third beta version of iOS 16 And the iPadOS 16 For developers for testing purposes, and as expected, the beta versions improve some of the features that Apple added in iOS 16, and there are also some new additions. Below is what’s new in the third beta of iOS 16.
History of AFib
Apple in iOS 16 and watchOS 9 Adds an AFib History feature for those with atrial fibrillation, with the goal of keeping track of how long a person has been in atrial fibrillation and how often. In iOS 16 beta 3, the AFib History section was added to the Health app, and the AFib feature was activated in watchOS 9 beta 3. At the moment, AFib is limited to those in the United States.
iCloud Shared Photo Library
iOS 16 Third Beta Provides support for iCloud Shared Photo Library, which is designed to make it easy for you to share photos with friends and family. You can invite up to five people to share a photo library with you, and all participants can add, delete, and edit photos.
Added as a heavy security measure, Lock mode is available in iOS 16, iPadOS 16, macOS Ventura. It is an optional security feature intended to protect a small number of high-profile users at risk of targeted cyber attacks from state-sponsored spyware.
Lockdown Mode targets journalists, activists, government employees and others who may be targeted by sophisticated cyber attacks. It is not for everyday user, and it restricts many Iphone Features. In Messages, for example, attachments other than pictures are blocked and in confrontation timeIncoming calls from people you have not called before are blocked.
Complex web technologies and browsing features are blocked in web browsers, and shared albums are removed from Pictures Application, wired connections are prohibited, and configuration profiles cannot be installed. More about lock mode can be Found in our article outlining the feature.
lock screen time font
There are 12 fonts to choose from right now on the customizable iOS 16 Lock screen, including one option that’s thinner than previous fonts, and another that’s a thicker version of the previously available serif font.
Calendar lock screen widget
For privacy purposes, the Calendar Lock Screen tool no longer provides details of the next upcoming event while the iPhone is locked. It blurs the information until the iPhone is unlocked by its owner.
There is a new “Include Due Today” option in the Settings section of the Reminders app. It is designed to include overdue and due today items in the badge count, rather than just items due today.
Earth lock screen wallpaper
With the Earth Lock Screen wallpaper, the tools will no longer obscure the view of the Earth. The Earth image moves downward when widgets are used, and higher if no widgets are placed. In previous beta versions, the tools were nested.
iOS version interface update
In the Settings app under About > iOS Version, if you tap on the version number, the interface has been updated. It’s simpler and no longer a popup card, plus it’s no longer tied to Apple’s security site.
Some iOS 16 users who have installed the third beta version are seeing the Clownfish wallpaper option. This wallpaper was on the original iPhone when it was introduced by Steve Jobs in 2007, but it was never officially released. It’s not visible to everyone, but it could be added as a wallpaper option in a future beta.
Some users seem to be seeing a new Clownfish wallpaper in the iOS 16 beta 3. This is the wallpaper Steve Jobs used when the original iPhone was announced in 2007 – but it never shipped with an iPhone. Here we are after 15 years. https://t.co/OLTvb1KVJG
– Mark Gorman (@markgurman) 6 July 2022
iCloud splash screen
Virtual card support
iOS 16 adds support for virtual cards To shop with Safari. Some banks and card providers allow customers to create virtual card numbers (similar to the method Apple Card It works) online to avoid having their credit card details stolen. Safari in iOS 16 will support this feature based on the code in the beta version.
Other new features
Do you know a new feature in iOS 16 beta 3 that we left behind? Let us know in the comments below.
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