Federico Viticci, a friend of MacStories, is back for the first time in a row with his annual comprehensive review of Apple''s latest software release. This year, Viticci has a detailed look at everything you need to know about iOS 16: Customization is back, and Apples is having fun again.
After three months of beta testing, iOS 16 was available to iPhone users everywhere today. Viticcis is a thorough exploration of what''s new, how these new features impact your daily life with your iPhone, and what''s still to come.
In 2020, Vittici sees iOS 16 and Apples marketing as having a deliberate effort to make your iPhone your own.
Certain that there should be a argument for Lock Screen widgets being developed in the hopes of new hardware, but I doubt this is because of the depth of this feature and how Apple created a whole narrative on wallpapers, widgets, photographs, and focus modes this summer. As youll see, the customizable Lock Screen will be the main characterof this review, as it will become clear. I have had a lot of fun learning about different angles of my Lock Screen this summer, and I have been able to test dozens of widgets
I''ll leave you over to MacStories to read Viticci''s full review of iOS 16. As always, the attention to detail is absolutely stunning. What does anyone else else want to do with it? (Just kidding, it''s all love.) You may join the Club MacStories membership to unlock even more.