What’s New in Apple iOS 16 Beta 4

Apple released its latest releases of iOS 16 Beta 4 and iPadOS 16 Beta 4 today, making them available to developers. The iOS 16 Public Beta 2 will also be available with new features, tweaks and improvements. Some of the issues addressed in the latest beta 4 of iOS and iPadOS 16 include a fix for slow animations when using Zoom after exiting the Magnifier app, photo and video streaming to an AirPlay 2enabled Apple TV or Smart TV does not work. work if initiated from the Photos app using AirPlay.

Along with fixes for Apple ID authentication, including in some cases, such as after unlocking a device from Lost Mode, Apple ID authentication may be blocked and Apple ID services will stop working. The user is redirected to their Apple ID settings to perform authentication, but the user never sees any authentication prompts.

Apple iOS 16 Beta 4

“iOS 16 Beta 4 has been released to developers, and iOS 16 Public Beta 2 is coming soon with new features, changes and updates. Apple has also released beta updates for iPadOS 16, macOS Ventura, tvOS 16, and HomePod OS 16. In this video, I cover what’s new in the iOS 16 Developer Beta 4 and iPadOS 16 Beta 4 software and walk you through all the features updates, changes, bugs. , battery life, and when to expect iOS 16 Beta 5 and iOS 16 Public Beta 3, and iOS 15.7 Beta and Public Release.”

“The iOS and iPadOS 16 SDK provides application development support for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices running iOS and iPadOS 16 beta 4. The SDK is bundled with Xcode 14 beta 4, available from Beta Software Downloads. Please see the Xcode 14 Beta 4 Release Notes for compatibility requirements for Xcode 14.”

For a complete list of all the latest fixes and features implemented in the latest Apple iOS 16 4 beta, two developers visit the official Apple Developers website by clicking on the link below.

Source: Apple

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