On June 6, 2022, Apple released iOS 16 at WWDC. The company displayed their iPadOS 16 and MacOS Ventura previews there, along with all the major features that were sure to please the crowd.

There is now a developer preview available, and a public beta will be available later in July.

Of course, not all iOS 16 features will be released immediately testable, but iOS 16 is already under development as the upcoming significant update for your iPhone.

Apple will release the finalised public version of iOS 16 in late September or early October, typically at the same time as the following iPhone model, after the developer previews and betas have completed their testing.

The first two developer previews of iOS 16 have already been released, giving users their first taste of the still buggy software.

In or around September, Apple is anticipated to release the iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro with iOS 16.

In response to customer demand, the business will discontinue the "small" iPhone and provide a sizable "normal" iPhone for the first time since the XS.

The non-Pro iPhones will get the 120Hz refresh rate displays that debuted only on the 13 Pro and 13 Pro Max last year, while the Pro iPhones will get larger 48MP cameras and the removal of the notch.

Android flagships frequently have always-on displays that provide quick access to ambient information such as the clock and notifications.

Additionally, the Apple Watch has this feature, something iPhones have desperately needed ever since the iPhone X made the move to OLED. ALSO READ : Naomi Season 1 reveals both Blu-ray and DVD premiere date.