Apple has released another preview version of iOS 16.3 as part of the beta testing program. The beta test is coming to an end, the update is a release candidate. The final release is expected early next week.
The next iOS update has been announced: With the release of the new developer beta, Apple has announced that it is a release candidate. iOS 16.3 It has been announced as a feature update, but it will also bring important bug fixes.
New features include a new home screen, Apple ID security key support, iPhone to HomePod transfer, and more. In addition, there are all kinds of changes “under the hood”. According to the current state of knowledge, Apple will fix a display issue with the iPhone 14 Pro Max with the update. Now nothing should stand in the way of the release for all users.
How to join the beta program
The new update is already available as an update. Registered users simply get the new version over the air, i.e. as an online update. Anyone who has not yet signed up for the beta program can do so at any time and join the beta phase.
Participation is free and requires a one-time registration for the program at beta.apple.com/sp/en/betaprogram from an applicable compatible device. An Apple ID is required for this. Once you’ve signed up, you’ll get new beta versions automatically, just like any other update. However, keep in mind that, as with any beta version, unforeseen issues may arise. Apple therefore warns with each new round of beta testing that it is better not to use your productive iPhone, but a second device for testing.
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