iOS 16.3 update for iPhones: Do it now, get THESE exciting new features (HT Tech)

Apple is rolling out the iOS 16.3 beta 2 version to public beta testers. (Reuters)

It is possible that iOS 16.3 may bring more security updates and bug fixes to iPhones. (Reuters)

According to a report by MacRumors, iOS 16.3 should be available to the general public within the next month or so. (HT Tech)

Here, check out what is new in the iOS 16.3 update for iPhone users. (HT Tech)

New HomePod Handoff Prompt: Tipster Max Weinbach took to Twitter to share that the first iOS 16.3 beta update added a new feature that will basically prompt an iPhone user to transfer or hand off music to HomePod. (Reuters)

Updated Emergency SOS Settings:  MacRumors mentioned in a report that "Call with Hold" is now "Call with Hold and Release," while "Call with 5 Presses" will be read as "Call with 5 Button Presses." Similarly, "Countdown Sound" is reworded as "Call Quietly." (HT Tech)

Security Keys for Apple IDs: The Security Keys for Apple ID features allow you to use hardware security keys to further protect your account. (HT Tech)

The iOS 16.3 update comes in the wake of the iOS 16.2 update last month, which itself provided iPhone users with many new features. (Reuters)

Some of the iOS 16.2 features include customized always-on-display feature, Advance Data Protection, Apple Music Sing feature in the Music app, a new Free Form app and more. (HT Tech)

Further iOS 16 beta updates are supposed to release even newer features. (Reuters)

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