Apple spoke about the inventions of iOS16.1
Apple has blazoned that iOS16.1 will include a new Live exertion point that allows iPhone druggies to see what’s passing in real time right from the cinch screen. It’ll display, for illustration, the status of food delivery or the score of sports games.
With the iOS16.1 beta available to inventors and public testers this week, Apple is testing the integration of live streaming and sports events through the Apple TV app. Clicking the Subscribe button for a sports game will display the Live exertion contrivance on the cinch screen, including live scoreboards and other information.
The Live exertion contrivance will appear at the bottom of the cinch screen on iPhone 13 and earlier, and on iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus. On the new iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max, real- time exertion will be displayed in the Dynamic Island area.
Apple says iOS16.1 will be released latterly this time. For sports, the point will be available for MLB games for druggies in the US, Canada, Australia, UK, Brazil, Mexico, Japan, and South Korea, and for NBA and Premier League games for druggies in the US and Canada at launch.
The Live exertion point also supports timekeepers set in the timepiece app. Third party apps will also support this point.
As preliminarily reported, GPS stops working on iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max after streamlining to iOS16.1.