It’s today. Apple is finally releasing new versions of its systems that hold a lot of news and fix a lot of bugs.
iOS 16 has many problems. 16.1 is the right time
iOS 16 isn’t a perfect system, and while it has made some major changes, most notably to the lock screen and how iMessage works, it’s actually caused far more problems than good, with users complaining about new issues every day.
The California company has already tried to save all the problems by releasing some minor fixes (the latest version is iOS 16.0.3, which we wrote about here). Today, however, it’s time for the official premiere of 16.1, which is not only about making iPhones fun to use again, but also introducing a number of really exciting news, the full list of which can be found at this link.
iPadOS 16.1 and macOS 13 Ventura also debut today
Due to problems with some features in the beta testing phase, Apple decided to move the premiere of the new iPadOS until today, and the system will be presented simultaneously with iOS 16.1. It should be noted here that iPadOS 16.1 and macOS 13 Ventura will share a new interface called Stage Manager. What exactly is that?
Stage Manager makes multitasking easy. It lets you set any app window size and, for the first time on the iPad, display multiple overlapping windows in a single view. It cannot be denied that there is something to look forward to, especially for tablets with a bitten apple on the back.
iOS 16.1, iPadOS 16.1, macOS 13 Ventura – when will the updates be available in Poland?
All software updates will be available tonight at 19:00 sharp. So all we have to do is be patient and update our systems as soon as possible, and luckily, we don’t have to wait too long.