Apple Released iOS 16 Beta 3 For Developers With New Features

Apple has rolled out the third beta of iOS 16 and iPadOS 16, which includes many new features and improvements to the earlier functionalities.

This new beta 3 is only released for developers who registered for testing purposes and feedback. The company has also released the third beta of watchOS 9, tvOS 16, and macOS 13.

What’s New In iOS 16 Beta 3

What's New In iOS 16 Beta 3

Apple announced the big yearly update for iPhones at its Worldwide Developer Conference in June, where it revealed its new features and released beta 1 of this update to developers for testing.

And now, after one month, it released the third beta on the same day, which contains enhancements such as more customization to lock screen widgets, clown fish wallpaper, lockdown mode, and more.

Firstly, let’s discuss lock screen changes. Its Earth lock screen wallpaper now allows a clear view with widgets, and also lock screen’s time front now has 12 new designs for making customized lock screens.

The calendar lock screen widget will no longer show your upcoming event due to privacy.

iOS 16 got new clownfish wallpaper 
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iOS 16 got new Clownfish wallpaper, and you might think what is interesting about this clownfish wallpaper is that it is the same wallpaper that Steve jobs introduced with the first iPhone in 2007.

But the company never launched it, but now it seems after 15 years, Apple would make it available to iOS 16-supported iPhones.

With iOS 16 Beta 3, the AFib History section is added to the Health app, but this AFib feature will be limited to the US only.

iPadOS 16’s controversial stage manager also improved, but mainly it now shows tutorials for multitasking, and it also got a new splash screen feature that allows more precisely managing panels.

For more information, you can also check out the official release notes. The company has already announced its public beta release, which will launch this month, so stay in touch for more updates.