This is a demonstration that with any newly released system, it can be buggy and it’s best not to test it for the average user.
According to a report by MyDrivers citing Ben Geskin, the battery life of his iPhone 13 Pro decreased by 3% immediately after updating to iOS 16 beta for developers. He said the iPhone’s battery was at 100% before the update, and after the update finished, it had only 97% battery left.
Ben Gesking claims that this may be a bug in iOS 16. He further argues that a regular update cannot reduce battery life by 3%. This shows that this is almost certainly a bug with the iOS 16 system, especially since this is a new operating system that is only in beta, and Apple will need more time to optimize it.
iOS 16 is the operating system that comes with some major upgrades to the lock screen, security, and privacy. On iOS 16, users can adjust the color, font… of the wallpaper. Moreover, users can add widgets such as schedule, temperature, etc. to the lock screen. In addition, iOS 16 also added a security check function to protect the personal safety of users. Specifically, the security check allows users to use the emergency reset button to stop location sharing and reset system privacy for all apps.
Apple confirmed that iOS 16 will be available this fall as a free software update for iPhone 8 and later. That means iOS 16 won’t support devices running iOS 15 after it’s released, including the iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, and the first-generation iPhone SE.
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