A little over a month after releasing iOS 16.1.1 with bug fixes, Apple released iOS 16.2 with major updates and new features. A major highlight of the iOS 16.2 update is his 5G network compatibility for target iPhone models in India. Earlier in November, the iOS 16 beta allowed iPhone users in India to experience lightning-fast next-generation network services on eligible devices.
Reportedly, after installing the iOS 16.2 update, the iPhone 14 Pro Max with Airtel service did not show 5G software as available. However, the update will give users the option to view his 5G options in network settings, the report adds.
After being asked by the Indian government to enable 5G at the beginning of October, Apple announced that once the network verification and quality and performance tests were completed, it would be working with Indian carriers to provide the best 5G experience for iPhone users. He said he was working with a partner. Like other smartphone makers, it offers services on its devices.
“5G will be enabled via a software update and will begin rolling out to iPhone users in December,” Apple said.
Meanwhile, the new iOS 16.2 update brings Apple’s cross-platform Freeform app designed for collaboration. Freeform apps can be used to jot down notes, save links, sketch and draw, and more.
The new update also includes a karaoke feature called Apple Music Sing. Designed for Apple Music subscribers, this feature provides real-time lyrics for iPhone, iPad, and Apple TV users to sing along to. Apple Music Sing features include real-time lyrics that move to the rhythm of the vocal, adjustable vocals to change the volume of the original singer, background vocal options, duets of tracks from multiple singers, and a view of him. And so on.
The iOS 16.2 update enables Apple’s Emergency SOS via iPhone 14’s satellite service in select regions such as the UK, Germany, France and Ireland. Apple announced this cool safety alongside his iPhone 14 series in September.