Posted by Heba El-Sayed
Friday, May 12, 2023 09:00 AM
Apple launched a new bracelet for the Apple Watch, and also announced that it will release iOS 16.5 and watchOS 9.5 next week, as the technology giant had started testing the software update in March, and it will be released next week to all users.
Apple said it will provide the new Pride Celebration watch face and iPhone wallpaper next week, and it requires watchOS 9.5 and iOS 16.5.
The iOS 16.5 update provides another useful feature for the iPhone, which is the addition of a new sports tab in the Apple News app, along with the new Pride Celebration background.
The company said: “The wallpaper supports the shared strength of the LGBTQ + community,” noting that the wallpaper comes with a new design, and moves dynamically when the user unlocks his iPhone.--
With iOS 16.5, Apple also added a new sports tab in the Apple News app. Using this new feature, users can easily access news, results, and schedules for any sporting event, as access to this information was previously only available under the “Today” tab.
Along with the new Sports tab, Apple introduced a useful minor update for iPhones running iOS 16.5.
With this new update, iPhone users will be able to start screen recording through Siri.
To start the recording, users can give commands to the Apple Assistant such as saying, “Hey Siri, start recording the screen,” and end the recording at any time.
Currently users have to go to Settings to activate screen recording through the Control Center.