For a few days now, the first beta versions of iOS 16.2 and iPadOS 16.2 have been available. These are accessible to developers. However, the general public can try these new features by following the procedure that we have detailed in this article.
The release of macOS Ventura 13.3 will be decisive
One big question remains: when will users be able to access the final version of this update? According to journalist Mark Gurman and his always very knowledgeable newsletter, Power On, the iOS 16.2 and iPadOS 16.2 updates “ should be published around mid-December “.
The expert also took the opportunity to specify that the launch of the M2 versions of the 14-inch MacBook Pro and the 16-inch MacBook Pro were linked to the release of macOS Venturea 13.3 and iOS 16.3. However, and still according to him, these two updates should be published “ between early February and early March “.
As always, it is advisable to be careful with these dates, and there is no doubt that the Cupertino company will provide us with more precision in the weeks to come.
It should also be remembered that iOS 16.2 includes some quite promising new features. For example, Freeform, Apple’s new free drawing and note app will be available. You can therefore on a single page, write text in Pencil, but also insert images, PDF documents, or even Web links via this new tool.
There is also something new around the “Emergency call” functionality. Thus, an option in the settings will allow you to notify Apple in the event of an unwanted launch of this option. To find the details of the new features, you can refer to our article here.
By: Keleops AG