Apple releases first public beta of iOS 16.1 with clean energy charging, live activities and more

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Apple releases first public beta of iOS 16.1 with clean energy charging, live activities and more
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Apple today seeded the first beta of the upcoming iOS 16.1 update to public beta testers, opening the beta testing process to the general public. Today’s beta comes a day after Apple provided the beta to developers.

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Public beta testers who have signed up for Apple’s free beta testing program can download the iOS 16.1 beta over the air after installing the appropriate certificates from the public beta website.

Apple says iOS 16.1 will introduce Live Activities, an interactive notification feature designed to let you keep tabs on things happening in real time. Live Activities will be available on the lock screen and on Dynamic Island, but you won’t see them in beta as the developers are still working on implementing support.

The update includes a clean energy charging feature in the United States that causes the iPhone to charge selectively when low-carbon emission electricity is available, as well as lays the groundwork for Matter, a smart home standard that Apple introduced this fall. Planning to start supporting

Other new features include a removable Wallet app, changes to the lock screen customizing interface, and more, with details available in our iOS 16.1 features guide. Apple has also seeded a new public beta of iPadOS 16.1.

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