Apple iOS 16.2 Dev Beta 4 with bug fixes and improvements ahead of stable rollout in mid-dec
Apple released another developer build for the Apple Developer Program, which doesn’t bring any new features; instead, it polishes and improves the functionality of new features. With iOS 16, we have been introduced to the iCloud Shared Photo Library, Live activities, improvements to messages and mail, and more.
The iOS 16.2 update is available to download for all developers; for this, users need to register and have an active beta profile installed on their devices. Here is a complete guide to enrolling in the iOS Developer program.
What’s new in iOS 16.2 BETA 4
As we have mentioned, there is nothing new about this update. But it is more about refining the existing feature introduced with iOS 16. In this update, you can check the changelog by navigating to the device settings and then going about it.
There are details about the iOS version. Before this, it was only used to show the build number and the description. This update mainly focused on fixing existing bugs and optimizing the feature for better performance. You can learn more about the fixes and improvements by visiting Apple’s official release note.
One of the notable features is that Freeform collaboration is now available to iPad, iPhone, and Mac users. The home app and weather app received the update across iOS 16.2, watchOS 9.2 Beta 4, tvOS 16.2 Beta 4, macOS Ventura 13.1 Beta 4, and iPadOS 16.2 Beta 4.
The iPad has been updated with the Stage Manager multitasking feature, allowing eight apps at once. It is even adding external display support for the M1 and M2 iPad models. However, iOS 16.2 is scheduled to roll out for all users by mid-December.
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