Monday, Apple seeded the 5th developer beta for iOS 16, iPadOS 16, watchOS 9, macOS Ventura, and more. The next public beta should follow.
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Three weeks after the previous seed, Apple has released the fourth iOS 16 developer beta. Its other operating systems have new betas, too.
Let’s explore Personalized Spatial Audio, a new feature coming to iOS 16 and your supported AirPods or Beats headphones.
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The first public beta for iOS and iPadOS 16 is now available. Non-developers can begin testing the customizable Lock Screen and more.
You can just ask Siri to do it, but that may not be convenient or reliable. in iOS 16, you can create an alarm or timer right from Spotlight.
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