On the 6th of June, Apple will open up WWDC 2022 with the announcement of iOS 16. However, the general public may be a little behind. According to Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman, there’s some ambiguity going on behind the scenes.
After the second beta of a new iOS version, Apple typically releases it to the general public (the first betas often have plenty of bugs left to squash, making them unsuitable for public consumption). Until the third beta of iOS 16, the public release of iOS 16 may be delayed.
Current builds, according to the reporter, are buggy, which could indicate a snag in the development process. Things could change, however, according to Gurman. After the WWDC, we should know more, although it’s probable that we won’t be able to test out the new version until July.
New health-tracking capabilities, improved notification handling, and other enhancements are expected to be included in iOS 16 and its ilk. A redesigned multitasking interface for iPadOS 16 is possible, as is the addition of additional health-tracking functions in watchOS 9 to go along with the iPhone upgrades. An rOS branch is reportedly being built for Apple’s rumoured delayed virtual reality headset.