Apple iOS 16.1 Beta 3 supports automatic preloading of in-app content after app installation

Apple released today, in the latest iOS 16.1 Beta 3 beta version, Apple added a new switch option in the App Store settings, allowing the application to automatically start after download and before the user starts it for the first time to Download its in-app content. 

"Automatically run the app in the background to download content before launching the app for the first time," says the toggle switch description. With the new option enabled after a user installs an app from the App Store, it will automatically start running in the background to download their in-app content so that when the user opens the app for the first time, it's immediately available.

Added new toggle switches in iOS 16.1 Beta 3 and macOS Ventura Beta 9. In addition, in the latest macOS 13 Ventura beta, Apple has also added a dynamic version of the Ventura marketing wallpaper. iOS 16.1 Beta 3 also includes changes such as satellite emergency distress debugging information and the removal of Matter accessories.

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