5 less-known features likely coming to iPhone 13, iPhone 12, and more
Apple introduced iOS 16 during the WWDC 2022 keynote event with a bunch of new upgrades. But do you know about these less-known features coming with iOS 16 to iPhone 13, iPhone 12, and others? Find out.
Undoubtedly, iOS 16 was the showstopper at the Apple's WWDC 2022 event. This major upgrade is going to change the whole experience for iPhone users with a new UI, customisation features, and upgrades. The standout features everyone was talking about is the Lock Screen customisation, improved Focus mode, new features in the iMessage app, and better iCloud sharing features. But do you know there are some features that no one has really referred to that will likely make their debut with iOS 16 on your iPhones! Here are the 5 less known features that are likely coming to iPhone 13, iPhone 12, and other iOS 16-supported iPhones. Also read: Apple Watch features get big boost with watchOS 9! Check list of benefits here
Recently Deleted messages can be recovered!
Apple did mention allowing iMessage users to delete and edit the sent messages, but there is something that hasn't been mentioned. Your deleted messages will be saved in a folder and you can recover them for up to 30 days after deleting them! This will be quite similar to the Recently Deleted features in the iPhones Photos app. Also read: Apple WWDC 2022: From iOS 16, macOS Ventura to new MacBook Air, here are the top 10 announcements
Always on Display is coming!
Well, Apple hasn't mentioned this much-talked-about feature during the keynote, nor have they mentioned it in the list of iOS 16 features. But according to a report of 9to5Mac, there are multiple reports which indicate the always-on-display feature with iOS 16. It is mentioned that iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will be equipped with this feature. That may well be, but what millions of people would like to know is whether their iPhone 13, iPhone 12, and other iPhones will receive the feature. Unfortunately, no clarity is available on that.
Siri is more advanced!
Apple's AI-based voice assistant Siri can start phone and FaceTime calls. But with iOS 16, Siri will be able to end FaceTime and phone calls too!
Duplicate detection for photos
Apple's Photos App has this awesome feature with the iOS 16 update which detects duplicate photos and videos in your library. This will be a boon for cleaning up your photo library with unnecessary items.
Memojis customization with 17 new hairstyles
Every year, since Apple introduced memojis in 2017 with iPhone X, there are some or other kinds of customization options with each update. This year, with iOS 16, Apple is making memojis more interesting with 17 new kinds of hairstyles, stickers, and a lot more.