The ios updates features a range of improvements such as the addition of 21 new emojis, enhancements to Crash Detection, and the inclusion of VoiceOver support for maps, among other updates.
Apple has recently released its iOS 16.4 update. It provides various features such as a selection of emojis, calls voice isolation, website push notifications, and other enhancements.
Introduction Of ios updates:
With iOS 16.4, users can receive notifications from Safari web applications on their home screens, making the web app more practical. Moreover, cellular calls’ voice isolation function helps to filter out any surrounding background noise, allowing for clearer communication between the speaker and the listener. Previously, this feature was only available for FaceTime calls.
Apart from these features, the new update will also have the following;
The emoji keyboard now offers 21 new emojis that encompass various animals, hand gestures, and objects.
Additionally, the Duplicates album in the Photos app has been upgraded to include support for detecting duplicated photos and videos in an iCloud Shared Photo Library.
The Weather app has also introduced VoiceOver support for maps.
Finally, an accessibility setting has been added to dim video automatically when flashes of light or strobe effects are detected.
The update resolves a problem where to Ask to Buy requests from children might not show up on the parent’s device.
It also resolves issues where Matter-compatible thermostats may become unresponsive when connected to Apple Home.
Additionally, the update enhances Crash Detection functionality on iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro models.
To obtain the new update, users can navigate to Settings > General > Software Update. Note that some of these features may not be accessible in all regions or on every Apple device.
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