Apple is set to announce a raft of new software updates during the WWDC opening keynote on June 6, but while a ton of features will be added and others will be refreshed, one much-wanted feature isn't going to be announced according to a new report.
Apple could be about to give older iPhones a big lock screen update when it announces iOS 16 next week, according to a new report. The change won't require people buy a new iPhone, unlike other improvements set to be made by the huge new software update.
Apple's upcoming iOS 16 software update could add a feature that Android users have enjoyed for years, according to a new report. If correct, iOS 16 could add a new always-on lock screen to iPhones — but only if you buy a new one.