Apple has begun rolling out the iOS 16.2 update to its mobile operating system, which includes a number of new and improved features in the app store and elsewhere.
So, improved Always-on display settings become available to iPhone 14 Pro owners, which allow you to turn off wallpapers and notifications if they are distracting. In addition, end-to-end encryption called Advanced Data Protection has appeared in iCloud. Protection now covers 23 “data categories” instead of 14 and includes device backups, message backups, iCloud Drive, Notes, Photos, Reminders, Safari bookmarks, Siri Shortcuts, Voice Memos and Wallet Passes.
Apple Music has a karaoke mode offered in the app store. Apple Music Sing offers real-time lyrics and the ability to adjust the volume of vocals in a music track so users can hear their own voice better. In this mode, you can play back vocals regardless of the main one, a duet view is provided for those cases when there is a desire to sing along with a friend. Apple Music Sing mode is available for iPhone 11 and later.
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The iOS 16.2 update (as well as iPadOS 16.2 and macOS 13.1) brings a new Freeform app and a variety of updates to the app store. It is a digital board on which you can place objects, lines, media files, attach documents or notes, make notes. Collaboration is also available, but it requires everyone to be using an Apple device.
Also, temporary restrictions on AirDrop, which Apple previously introduced amid protests in China, now apply to everyone.
Finally, iOS 16.2 and iPadOS 16.2 include an updated HomeKit architecture with improved performance. Initially, Apple planned to introduce it back in iOS 16.
Source: The Verge