Apple has rolled out iOS 16 beta 7 to developers, ahead of the full release which is set to arrive next month. So far, no major changes have been spotted with the latest beta, as Apple appears to be finetuning the update.
According to Apple’s full release notes, the beta update only includes minor “bug fixes and improvements.” You can check out the release notes to see Apple’s tweaks. Similarly, last week’s iOS 16 beta 6 didn’t include any major changes.
Registered developers can now download iOS 16 beta 7, bearing build number 20A5356a, from the Settings app. Then, developers can navigate to General > Software Update. The latest beta update is available over the air.
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Apple has announced its “Far out” event, which will be held on September 7. The company will likely announce the release date of iOS 16, tvOS 16, and watchOS 9. It is reported that the iPhone maker could release iOS 16 to the public in the week following the event.
On the other hand, the release of iPadOS 16 has been delayed by a month. The company will be releasing iPadOS 16.1 as it works on improving the new Stage Manager multitasking feature.
Members of the media have been invited to the Apple Park headquarters for the upcoming event. It will also be streamed online on YouTube, Apple’s website, as well as Apple TV.
It is speculated that Apple’s Far out event will introduce the new iPhone 14 series. According to reports, the iPhone mini will no longer be included in the lineup. Furthermore, the vanilla iPhone 14 could sport a 6.1-inch display. Meanwhile, the iPhone 14 Pro Max will feature a 6.7-inch screen.
Additionally, the iPhone 14 Pro models will come with a hole punch + pill-shaped camera cut out. They will be powered by the brand-new Apple A16 Bionic processor. Meanwhile, the non-Pro models will feature the Apple Bionic A15 processor.