These 10 essential tips and tricks to know about iOS 16
The latest iPhone operating system introduces many small, unobtrusive additions that can make your day-to-day use easier. We give you some tips to discover today.
If the personalization of the locked screen remains the great visible novelty of iOS 16, Apple has, as usual, integrated dozens of new improvements throughout the system to streamline the user experience and save you precious time.
during the day. A new, more accurate and always-on-screen battery indicator First novelty reserved for the moment for iPhone 12, iPhone 13 and iPhone 14 over six inches with the big return of the battery indicator in the status bar of the iPhone. To activate it, simply go to the iPhone Settings, in the “Battery” section and then check the “Battery percentage” option.
The exact battery level will be displayed in the logo at the top right.
The iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 13 mini and iPhone 11 will benefit from this when iOS 16.1 is released later this year.
The Spotlight search engine accessible with a simple tap Spotlight is now more easily accessible. Until today you had to swipe down from the home screen to access the search engine. Now the Spotlight button is clickable at the bottom of the screen. Tap on it and the search engine appears.
If you want to disable it, just go to the Settings app, then click on “Home screen” and finally uncheck the “Show on home screen” option.
View and copy-paste your Wi-Fi password in no time with iOS 16
Another very practical tip: iOS 16 allows you to see your Wi-Fi password. To do this, simply click on Wi-Fi in Settings, then on the small “i” button next to your network. Then click on the password, hidden by default. iOS 16 will ask you to authenticate by Face ID or Touch ID then will display your password in plain text and give you the option to copy it.
The Weather app always shows more information about the weather
The Weather application is enriched with iOS 16. To obtain more information on the weather conditions in the next few hours, click on the area where the hour-by-hour details are displayed to access another more complete window giving you access to graphs on the temperature, the UV index, the force of the wind or the precipitation among many criteria available for the same day and for the days to come.
Your Hidden Photos Are Really Locked Down With iOS 16
Now let’s talk about photos. For a few years iOS has offered a “Hidden” folder which allows you to keep your most private photos out of sight. iOS 16 (finally) adds additional security with the appearance of a small padlock next to the “Hidden” label.