Apple’s 2022 WORLD Wide Developers Conference (WWDC) is scheduled for June 6, and iOS 16 is likely to be the most anticipated headliner.
According to the latest leaks from LeaksApplePro, iOS 16 has confirmed the removal of support for iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus and the first-generation iPhone SE. Those devices were shipped with iOS 9, which turned out to be Apple’s longest-lived devices, all the way up to iOS 15.
In terms of UI design, the new features revealed in iOS 16 include InfoShack, a large widget on the desktop for information interaction, and Quick Actions, which allows Quick ICONS to be used for easy APP action on the lock screen.
On Apple apps, there will be tweaks to reminders, files, and email apps, and a complete refactoring of the health APP.
In addition, there will be a new “Apple Classical” subscription for those who prefer traditional music. The music recommendation function will also be more intelligent and humanized to meet the needs.