Apple has released iOS 16.2 for iPhone 8 and newer models, following a two-month beta testing period. The update includes several new features, such as the Freeform app and Apple Music Sing. It also introduces Advanced Data Protection, an optional feature that expands end-to-end encryption to a range of additional iCloud data categories, including Messages backups, photos, notes, reminders, and voice memos. Advanced Data Protection is currently only available to U.S. users, but will be rolling out to the rest of the world in early 2023.
In addition to iOS 16.2, Apple also released updates for other platforms this week, including iPadOS 16.2, which re-enables external display support for Stage Manager on compatible iPads, as well as macOS 13.1, watchOS 9.2, and tvOS 16.2. The next beta, iOS 16.3, allows users to use hardware security keys with their Apple ID.
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