Apple's iOS 16 test machine appeared for the first time

Apple is expected to release new systems such as iOS 16 and iPad OS 16 at this year's WWDC Worldwide Developers Conference. Recently, the monitoring website LetemSvetemApplem found signs of active iOS series testers. However, it is a bit late compared to iOS 15 (the first signs of the system appeared in mid-March 2021), and the first sign of iOS 16 test machine access appeared on March 28 this year.

Apple will have to retune iOS 16's UI to fit the iPhone 14 Pro/Max models, which are expected to ditch the notch in favor of a pill + single-punch screen that will house the Face ID component and selfies camera. There may also be new display resolutions as well as some new interface visuals to fit the increased screen real estate on the iPhone 14, so Apple may be taking the time to develop iOS 16 to accommodate all of these component changes and better Take advantage of them.

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