Apple has released a second iOS 16.5 release candidate to testers as we near the arrival of the public version.
The first iOS 16.5 release candidate was released last week followed by several beta versions made available to developers as well as those in the public beta program. Now, the new RC comes with build number 20F66.
While we still don’t know for sure when Apple will release iOS 16.5 to the public, the fact that we’re now in the second release candidate would suggest that it’s probably not that far off.
What’s New in iOS 16.5 There aren’t many changes. The Apple News app has a new Sports tab when users can start a screen recording using Siri for the first time. Apple will also add the latest Pride wallpaper for those who want to use it on their iPhone.
This is likely to be one of the last new betas for iOS 16 as Apple looks to focus on iOS 17. It is likely to be announced during the WWDC event which starts on June 5, when the software is expected to be made available The public is due later this year — probably in September or thereabouts.
Between now and then we can wait a few months for betas as Apple sort of irons out before the big release.
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