Apple releases iOS 16.2 RC with end-to-end encryption updates, Apple Music Sing and more

iOS 16.2 RC for iPhone and iPad is now available to test through Apple’s developer beta program. Today’s release introduces a number of improvements to end-to-end encryption across various services, including messaging in iCloud. The release release also introduces the new Apple Music Sing feature announced yesterday.

iOS 16.2 introduces Apple’s Freeform whiteboard collaboration app, support for Apple’s new HomeKit architecture, more always-on display personalization, and these changes we’ve covered so far:

We’ve also seen Apple push two “Rapid Security Response” test updates to iOS 16.2 beta before the Rapid Security Exploit Resolution feature ships to everyone. Apple is also testing developer beta versions of watchOS 9.2, tvOS 16.2, macOS Ventura 13.1, and iPadOS 16.2.

Learn more about the new Advanced Data Protection mode here. Do you see any other changes in iOS 16.2 RC? Leave a comment on find 9to5Mac On twitter.

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