*The new iOS 16, which is expected to be released before the end of the year, will include several significant new features.
*One of them is the ability to stop an email from being sent
It is certain that the new iOS 16, due out at the end of the year, will have a slew of improvements and new features. Apple’s mobile operating system will also benefit from some tweaks, bringing some not-so-new but still-welcome additions. Apple Mail is one example of this.
As a result, one of Apple Mail’s new features will be the option to cancel the delivery of a message if required. Users should be warned that they will only have ten seconds to recognize their error if they wish to cancel a sent email. For example, a feature comparable to that offered by Gmail but not accessible on the Apple Mail side.
Similarly, we may highlight the option to schedule the delivery of a message and the ability for Apple Mail to automatically remind users of emails that have been viewed but not responded to. Again, there’s nothing revolutionary here, but there are a few tweaks that the customer will like.