Just three weeks before WWDC 2022’s inaugural keynote speech, a widely respected analyst spread the bean in the flagship iOS 16 update that is expected to be the title of the presentation.
In the latest version of his Power On Newsletter, Mark Gurman looks at a newer version of the iPhone’s operating system software. “There should be big changes across the system, including new ways to interact” and “some new Apple apps,” Gurman predicted.
It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post. As MacRumors observes, home screen widgets originally added to iOS 14 are not currently interactive; That may change.
For “Fresh Apple Apps”, Gurman could simply mean that Apple wants to update – or “refresh” – many in-house apps integrated with iOS, such as Safari, Messages, and more. However, this is the ideal fare for an iOS update, and we’re hopeful that Gorman actually means that Apple is about to launch a whole new app, such as Files on iOS 11, Measure on iOS 12, and iOS 14.
While the functionality of the software is expected to change significantly, its appearance will remain largely the same, Gurman explained, adding that he does not expect a “complete redesign”. The last time Apple completely redesigned the look of iOS was the redesigned iOS 7 in 2013 যখন when the semi-realistic ‘sciomorphic’ design language gave way to vibrant flat colors এবং and Apple has since chosen to make small changes.
Gurman’s predictions are followed by most of the industry, though he is not wrong: AppleTrack currently gives him an accuracy rating of 86.4%. Its iOS 16 predictions though we already know and seem to be consistent and consistent with what has happened in the past. If anything, they can be criticized for being too safe.
iOS 16 will be announced and will appear at WWDC on June 6 and will be released immediately as a beta for developers to test. Following a series of evolutionary beta releases for both devs and members of the public beta test program, iOS 16 will have its full public launch in the autumn, possibly along with the iPhone 14 in September.