Apple has released new public betas for iPhone and iPad, iOS 16.2 Public Beta 1, and iPadOS 16.2 Public Beta 1.
We also had some new developer betas earlier this week, a series of major updates for iPad and Mac, and some minor updates for iPhone and Apple Watch.
These updates include several new features for both iPhone and iPad. This includes new Freeform apps designed for cross-platform collaboration.
Freeform apps can be used to sketch, add notes, draw, and more, and work on iPhone, iPad, and Mac.
This update also brings external display support for Stage Manager on the M1 and M2 iPad models, plus a new Home App architecture.
You can now test iOS 16.2 Public Beta 1 and iPadOS 16.2 Public Beta 1. You must sign up for Apple’s public beta program. For more information, please refer to the link below.
There are no details yet on when the final versions of iOS 16.2 and iPadOS 16.2 will be released. These are the first betas, so it will be some time before the final version is released. These updates will be delivered around the end of November or early December.
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