iPhone 13 Pro updates to iOS 16

Yesterday at WWDC conference, Apple officially released iOS 16 system. We know that millions of iOS users are looking forward to using this system. However, we must warn that the system is not perfect at the moment. This is usually the case with any newly released system, nothing unique to Apple. According to a MyDrivers report quoting Ben Geskin, his iPhone 13 Pro’s battery life dropped by 3% instantly after the update. He claims that his battery was at 100% before the update and after the update it reached 97%.

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Ben Gesking claims that this should be a bug in iOS 16. He further argues that an update cannot reduce battery health by 3%. Well, as of now, we can be so certain that this is a bug with the iOS 16 system. It could just be the process of updating that system given that it is of a new system. Maybe Apple will optimize it over time.

Apple iOS 16 comes with a few key lock screen, security, and privacy upgrades. On iOS 16, swipe can replace more lock screen interfaces, and users can adjust color, font, etc. of the wallpaper. Also, widgets can be added, such as calendar, temperature, etc. Moreover, iOS 16 added a Security Check feature to protect users’ personal safety. Specifically, the security check allows users to use the emergency reset button, which stops location sharing and resets system privacy permissions for all apps.

Here is a list of all iPhone models compatible with iOS 16:

  • Apple iPhone 8
  • iPhone 8Plus
  • iPhone X
  • Apple iPhone XS
  • iPhone XS Max
  • iPhone XR
  • Apple iPhone 11
  • iPhone 11 Pro
  • iPhone 11 Pro Max
  • Apple iPhone 12
  • iPhone 12 mini
  • iPhone 12 Pro
  • Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max
  • iPhone 13
  • iPhone 13 mini
  • Apple iPhone 13 Pro
  • iPhone 13 Pro Max
  • iPhone SE (2nd and 3rd generation)

iOS 16 lock screen

The new lock screen allows users to customize the date and time display. Each small element can have different colors with distinct shades, and different photos. Users can even add widgets to new lock screens. It doesn’t matter if you use a photo, a static wallpaper or one of the new live wallpapers. The lock screen offers a deep level of customization.


Android supported widgets on Lockscreen in the past, but this feature is no longer available. Now, iOS brings this feature allowing users to customize their iPhone or iPad lock screen with their favorite or most essential widgets. The widgets will appear under the date and time. To make room for that, notifications are now more discreet.