This week marked a significant milestone in iPhone history; like every year around September, Apple released a major iOS update, however, there is one feature that has caught the attention of all iOS users. The new operating system makes several welcome tweaks to existing features that further streamline things while making apps like Maps, Messages, and Mail more powerful, adding up to a better iPhone experience. What exactly is new in the iOS 16? Let’s get right into it!
Users can now edit and unsend iMessages
The game-changing feature (and one that has been demanded for years) is that iPhone users can finally unsend their iMessages. This lets you remotely delete a message you have sent, even if the recipient has already seen it. Here’s how it works:
Unsend emails in your iPhone’s Mail App
Most email apps give you a small grace period after you send an email, where you can unsend the email and stop it from arriving in anyone else’s inbox. This feature has finally come to the Mail App on your iPhone too. Here’s how you can unsend any email on your iPhone:
Multiple Stops on Apple Maps
In case you’re ever running errands or on a long car journey, adding multiple stops onto one set of directions can be a lifesaver; with iOS 16, you can do just that! Here’s how you can plan a journey with multiple stops on Apple Maps:
Here’s to hoping Apple Maps continues to improve their interface as well; users might even stop downloading Google Maps
An exclusive iOS 16.0.01 update has also already been made available to users of the recently launched iPhone 14.
With the grand launch now behind us, we look forward to see what iOS 16 brings to the table for Apple users.