Apple is set to release its iOS 16 in a month. As of writing, the Cupertino giant main area of focus seems to be the focus mode which will bring us a new ambitious redesign of the notification system.
As usual, Mark Gurman, a well-trusted informant on Apple Products, has revealed that the successor of iOS 15 would have pretty substantial enhancements in all areas, including an upgrade to the notification system
As confirmed by 9to5Mac’s findings, the focus mode is already accessible to the current beta of iOS 15.5 and the beta of macOS 12.4. You ought to know that the Concentration mode is a new feature introduced by Apple last year in iOS 15 and macOS Monterey.
Its sole purpose is to allow users to choose which sorts of alerts they want to receive and when they should appear. It is a useful novelty to help you concentrate on your job or give yourself some peace and quiet throughout the day.
With iOS 16, Apple hopes to take things a step further by allowing even more control over the focus mode. Customization settings incompatible with iOS 15 and macOS 12 would be used. That’s what a warning notice in the iOS 15.5 beta says, at least. It is intended for the user and informs whether or not the focus mode’s settings need to be updated. As a result, Apple would do well to expand on this functionality in iOS 16.
Simultaneously, 9to5Mac’s forays into the iOS 15.5 and macOS 12.4 betas led to the discovery of hints pointing to Apple News updates. According to Apple, certain iPhones and iPads compatible with iOS 15 will not be compatible with iOS 16.
See you on June 6th, when WWDC 2022 begins, we’ll clarify the subject.
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