WWDC 2022 is set to start on June 6th and rumors are running wild right now, especially about iOS 16. Industrial designer Nicholas Ghigo created an iOS 16 concept that teases some of the features that could be revealed both on the next-gen iPhone as well as the software update, including an Always-on Display (AOD) and new app icons for both, respectively.
Other possible features include interactive widges, a redesigned Apple Control Center, app switcher, and even the possibility of setting multiple timers. Apple iOS 16 is rumored to be previewed at WWDC 2022, where we should get a first look at the revamped design, with a public beta coming possibly as early as late next month. Owners of iPhone 6S, iPhone 6S Plus and iPhone SE may lose iOS support with this latest release due to hardware constraints. Let’s just hope that Apple’s AR glasses get previewed at the conference, and have some of the features found in Sony’s spatial reality display.
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