The notification section in iOS 16 comes with noticeable changes
Mark Garman, a well-known Bloomberg whistleblower, says that the Apple iOS 16 operating system, currently codenamed Sydney, is likely to be released in The World Developers Conference known as WWDC will be unveiled, it is going to face many changes.
According to the report Apple Insider, Garmin specifically says that iOS 16 brings significant improvements to notifications and new health monitoring capabilities. Garmin says Apple’s iOS 16 will not experience much change in terms of design.
7 haven’t changed much in almost a decade, don’t expect a UI redesign in iOS 16. However, a new multitasking interface is expected to be introduced for iPadOS. If Apple sticks to its traditions, the preview version of iOS 16, iPadOS 16, macOS 13, watchOS 9 and tvOS 16 will be released after the event.
- Watch: The first concept designs of the expected features of iOS 16
- The first images attributed to iOS 16 show the new Control Center widgets
According to Mark Garman, watchOS 9 is likely to include a major update to activity and health tracking. Details about the changes of macOS 13 and even the full name of this operating system have not yet been provided. macOS Big Sur was followed by a massive redesign, followed by the release of macOS Monterey with fewer changes. Mark Garman has confirmed in a part of his new report that Apple is working on several Mac series devices. One of these devices will be the redesigned Macbook Air model. Also, Apple is expected to release a revised model of the Macbook Pro 13 inch and a new model 24-inch iMac and new model Mac Mini to introduce