Apple released the first public versions of iOS 16.5 and iPadOS 16.5 betas today, days after releasing the same betas to the developer beta channel.
Those who have already signed up for the public beta are likely to see the new update available for download.
If not, you can open the Settings app, select General after Software Update and select which updates they want to download through the Beta Update options. Unlike previous betas, no profile is required and any Apple ID registered for the public beta will automatically be offered the beta.
Based on the initial developer reports one should not rush to download it. No major changes are seen at this time, although there are some changes. Apple News now has a new sports tab, while Siri can start screen recording for the first time.
Apple is unlikely to add any major new features in iOS 16 updates from here. The iOS 17 update will debut during the WWDC event in June, adding new features when released to the public in September.
That September release will coincide with the arrival of the iPhone 15 lineup and will come pre-installed on those new devices. While Apple is expected to announce the Apple Watch Series 9 during the same event, an updated Apple Watch Ultra is also a possibility.
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