YOUR iPhone is upgraded with a clever new iPhone trick — and it’s blowing everyone away.
Apple showcased its brand new iOS 16 operating system at a WWDC keynote earlier this month.
When it hits devices this fall, it will bring a host of new features for iPhone owners.
These include a snazzy new lock screen with widgets, the ability to remove text in messages, and an Apple Pay trick that lets you split purchases into four separate payments.
However, there is a new one that has snap-satisfied users excited and that is a new photo editing tool.
This feature is called Visual Look Up and enables it user to make a subject stand out cleanly in every photo he or she takes.
“[You can] Tap and hold the subject of an image to raise it from the background and place it in apps like Messages,” Apple said in a press release.
In addition to people, Visual Look Up also recognizes birds, insects and statues, the company added.
Other iOS 16 features to look forward to include a new notification design, improved dictation, and a feature called Live Activities.
This allows iPhone users to keep an eye on real-time sports scores from the lock screen.
Apple generally follows the same iOS release pattern each year.
While iOS 16 is currently in developer beta for app makers, the update will be available on consumer phones after a few months of testing.
You can access it early in July in public beta – ahead of the official release later this year.
This will almost certainly be in September and will be released alongside the new iPhone 14.
However, not all iPhone users will be able to get their hands on it.
In fact, millions of iPhones will miss the iOS 16 upgrade because they are just too old.
Apple says you need an iPhone 8 or later to take advantage of the new iOS 16 software.
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