Hidden features in the upcoming iOS 16 version

(MENAFN– Al Wakeel News)

Apple’s iOS update will be officially released in mid-September, and it includes a number of major updates to the iPhone such as a redesigned lock screen with widgets and extensive customization, as well as the ability to opt out of sending text messages. and modified.

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Here are a set of hidden features that the new operating system iOS 16 will contain, according to Cnet:

Pairing the Nintendo Switch Joy-Con with the iPhoneApple has long allowed the pairing of third-party consoles, such as the PlayStation 5, Xbox Core and Sony DualSense, with iPhones and iPads in order to comfortably play mobile video games, and you can add another console to that list .

Hidden and recently deleted albums are now password protected The hidden album in the Photos app is obviously not hidden, as you can find it easily, which makes it impractical to hide private photos and videos appropriately. And while Apple has an option to make the hidden album ‘invisible’, anyone with access to your phone can make it visible again and view everything inside.

Viewing and Sharing Saved Wi-Fi Passwords Apple allowed iOS users to share Wi-Fi passwords for a while, but only by placing two Apple devices close to each other. If this feature doesn’t work automatically, you can’t find out the password in your settings. Additionally, if you want to share a saved WiFi password with someone else, such as an Android user or someone on a computer, you must know the password.

Find and remove any duplicate photos and videos You may have saved the same photo multiple times or downloaded a video more than once, so you have duplicates scattered in your photo album. It might not be a problem if you have backup storage, but if not, it might be a good idea to go back and remove each copy, which is now easy to do on iOS 16.



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