Not only allows editing and recalling sent iMessage messages, iOS 16 also supports users to customize the lock screen, even bringing the battery percentage icon back to the main screen.
According to Gearpatrol , there are many things on iOS 16 that iPhone users can experience, but first, users of compatible devices need to download it from Apple via OTA protocol. The way to do it is very simple, just open the Settings app, then select General > Software update before clicking Download and Install.
Like every new iOS update, Apple tends to drop some older devices when upgrading. Often the company will dismiss iPhones released five to six years ago as too old, meaning they don’t have the storage, RAM, or processing power to run the new operating system. With iOS 16, iPhone models are not compatible, including iPhone SE 2016. Users will need an iPhone released in 2017 or later, iPhone 8/X respectively.
In case you have updated to iOS 16, here are the features that users should try.
Customize lock screen
iOS 16 allows users to customize lock screen the first Users can adjust fonts and colors, and even set widgets for things like weather , activities, timers, smart home devices, and the battery life of different devices (like such as Apple Watch or AirPods).
To customize the lock screen, all you have to do is unlock your iPhone and press and hold on the lock screen, then select the “customize” button at the bottom of the screen.
Master iMessage’s New Features
iOS 16 is bringing the most meaningful upgrades to iMessage in years. For the first time, users can edit or revoke iMessage messages after sending them. So, if you make a serious typo, you can quickly correct it within 15 seconds of sending the iMessage. All the user has to do is press and hold the iMessage, edit it, and then tap the Send button again. Users can also unlock iMessage doing the same thing up to 2 minutes after sending it, as long as the recipient has an iPhone running iOS 16 or later.
Restore battery percentage icon on home screen and lock screen
Apple removed the ability to see battery percentage on all iPhones with a notch (iPhone X and later) a few years ago citing insufficient space. However, iOS 16 is bringing back the fan-favorite feature, albeit with a slight twist as Apple has chosen to put the battery percentage inside the battery icon in the upper-right corner of the iPhone to save space.
To set up battery percentage on iPhone with notch running iOS 16, users open the Settings app, then select Battery and turn on Battery percentage.