On Monday, iPhone owners will see for the first time the big changes that await their smartphones this fall.
Apple will host a virtual Worldwide Developers Conference this week starting with keynote address On Monday, they are expected to release iOS 16, the latest software for their iPhones.
The keynote will also likely serve as a platform for sharing software updates related to their other products, including the iPad, MacBook, and Apple Watch.
USA TODAY will provide live updates on what’s coming with iOS 16 during the keynote starting at 1:00 PM ET.
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What we know about iOS 16 right now
The most rumored update that Apple may reveal is iOS 16 supports always-on display, which could provide basic information to users without having to wake the device from sleep. Other rumored features coming to the iPhone include updates to the Messages and Health apps.
When will iOS 16 be released?
Typically, the latest version of iOS comes out shortly before the new iPhone launches in the fall. Last year, Apple released iOS 15 September 20, four days before the debut of the iPhone 13.
Will my iPhone support iOS 16?
The most recent releases of iPhones will almost certainly support iOS 16. The question is whether older models, starting with the iPhone 6S, released almost seven years ago, will still work with the latest version of iOS. If you’re clinging to one of these models, it might be time to consider upgrading.
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