Apple's iOS 16 is now available to anyone with a compatible iPhone, and it includes a number of new features and customizations.

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iOS 16, which was first announced at Apple's WWDC conference in the spring, has gone through several beta versions before its public release alongside the iPhone 14

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Message editing and sending capabilities If you discover a typo in a message after it has been sent, you will be able to edit it.

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A new lock screen that can be customised To edit your lock screen, press and hold. You can experiment with a variety of styles by swiping.

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Notifications and Live Events A new developer tool called Live Activities makes it easier to keep track of what's going on in real-time from your lock screen.

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Skip captcha with the private access token In iOS 16 Apple intends to replace these awkward interactions with private access tokens.

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Apple Pay Later and Wallet app Wallet app with enhanced security and privacy features. Apple Pay makes it simple to keep track of important dates and payments.

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Tap and drag for a photo look-up. Visual Look Up examines your photos and can recognise objects like plants, landmarks, and pets.

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It appears in SharePlay Messages. From within FaceTime, iOS 16 adds the ability to find more apps that support SharePlay.

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Safety checks are intended to assist people Safety Check is a new feature designed to assist people who are in abusive relationships.

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Updates to the Focus Mode and Focus Filters Apple adds focus filters that allow apps to use your iPhone's focus mode.

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