apple ios update: Apple to roll out iOS 16.1 update on Oct 24: ‘Live Activities’, ‘Matter’ to ‘Clean Energy Charging’, list of expected features

Apple is all set to roll out an iOS 16.1 update with new features including ‘Live Activities’, ‘Clean Energy Charging’. The tech giant had announced that it will be rolling out the much-delayed iPadOS 16 on October 24. This led many to speculate that the iOS 16.1 update might be released by Apple at the same time as iPadOS 16.

Indeed, according to recent reports, Apple will officially introduce the new iOS 16.1 update for iPhones on Monday along with the iPadOS 16.

Any iPhone currently running on iOS 16 can get the iOS 16.1 update. All Apple phones, including the iPhone 8, iPhone 9 and newer models, are eligible for the update.

According to reports, there will be some significant changes in the new update. With the latest iOS 16.1, iPhone users can subscribe to Apple Fitness+ even if they don’t have an Apple Watch. Apart from this, the software update will come with iCloud Shared Photo Library support.

This allows you to share your photos with five other people who may also have permissions to add, edit, or remove images from the library.

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Meanwhile, Live Activities allows users to stay updated on things in real time from the lock screen. The ‘Live’ function provides updates on an ongoing sports match or follows the progress of a ride.

The iOS 16.1 update allows users to uninstall the Wallet app for the first time. But if you delete the Wallet app, many features will not be available, including Apple Pay, Apple Cash, and Apple Card.

Other updates include ‘Matter’, a new smart home connectivity standard that allows compatible accessories to work seamlessly across platforms and ‘Clean Energy Charging’, which focuses on reducing the iPhone’s carbon footprint by scheduling charging times for when. the power grid is using cleaner energy sources.

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