What’s new in iOS 16.1 (Video)

iOS 16.1

The new iOS 16.1 software update is now available to download for the iPhone. Apple also released a range of other updates including iPAdOS 16, watchOS 9.1, and macOS Ventura.

The latest update for the iPhone brings a range of new features to the device, the video below from Brandon Butch gives us a look at some of these features that are included in the update.

As we can see from the video there are some great new features for the iPhone in this new software update, this includes the new Live Activities feature, iCloud Shared Photo Library and more.

Here are the release notes for the iOS 16.1 update.

iCloud Shared Photo Library
– Separate library for seamlessly sharing photos and videos with up to five other people
– Setup rules allow you to easily contribute past photos based on start date or people in the photos when you set up or join a library
– Library filters for quickly switching between viewing the Shared Library, your Personal Library, or both libraries together
– Shared edits and permissions let everyone add, edit, favorite, caption, and delete photos
– Sharing toggle in Camera lets you choose to send photos you take straight to the Shared Library, or enable a setting to share automatically when other participants are detected nearby using Bluetooth

Live Activities
– Live Activities from third party apps are available in the Dynamic Island and on the Lock Screen for iPhone 14 Pro models

– Apple Fitness+ is supported on iPhone even if you don’t have an Apple Watch

– Key sharing enables you to securely share car, hotel room, and other keys in Wallet using messaging apps such as Messages and WhatsApp

– Matter, the new smart home connectivity standard, is supported enabling a wide variety of smart home accessories to work together across ecosystems

Clean Energy Charging
– New setting that can try to reduce your carbon footprint by selectively charging when lower carbon emission electricity is available

– Reader controls are automatically hidden as you start reading

This update also includes bug fixes for your iPhone:
– Deleted conversations may appear in the conversations list in Messages
– Dynamic Island content is not available when using Reachability
– CarPlay may fail to connect when using a VPN app

You can download the iOS 16.1 software update from the settings menu on your iPhone, by going to Settings > General > Software update > Download and install.

Source & Image Credit: Brandon Butch

Filed Under: Apple, Apple iPhone

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