Gurman: iOS 16 brings ‘significant’ improvements to notifications, new health-tracking features, but no major redesign

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iOS 16, codenamed “Sydney” and set for preview at WWDC in June, will introduce “significant” improvements to notifications and new health-tracking features, but a feature iOS will not be a major redesign, of bloomberg Mark Gurman told TODAY.

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in your latest power on newsletterGurman writes that he isn’t expecting a major redesign of iOS, but instead, the next version of iOS will include increased notification and new health-tracking features.

On the iOS side, I’m looking for some significant improvements across the board, including updates to notifications and new health-tracking features.

I’m not looking forward to an end-to-end redesign of iOS’s interface, even though it hasn’t changed much since iOS 7 almost a decade ago. But there may be a new iPadOS multitasking interface.

Apple will preview iOS 16 alongside iPadOS 16, macOS 13, watchOS 9 and tvOS 16 during WWDC, which will be held officially from June 6 to June 10.

Gurman said today that watchOS 9 could have “major upgrades for activity and health tracking.” No details are known about what will be included in macOS 13, including what it will be called. macOS Big Sur featured a major redesign and was followed by a less significant update with macOS Monterey.

Staying on the Mac side of things, though, Gurman reiterated today that Apple is working on several new Macs, including a redesigned MacBook Air, a new 13-inch MacBook Pro, and an updated 24-inch iMac. And a new Mac Mini is included. , For full details on what Apple might announce at WWDC this year, check out our detailed roundup.