No new design for iOS 16, but better for notifications and health

The next major version of Apple’s mobile operating system, iOS 16, will premiere next June at WWDC 2022. A codenamed “Sydney” would not be a major change, but would improve in two main areas: notifications and health tracking functions, according to Mark Gurman. bloomberg,

Some changes in iOS 16

In their latest “Power On” newsletter, American journalists write that they don’t expect a major iOS change, but on the contrary, the next version of iOS will include improved notifications and new health tracking features.

For iOS, I’m expecting some pretty big improvements, including updated notifications and new health tracking features.

I don’t expect a complete overhaul of the iOS interface, although it hasn’t changed much since iOS 7 almost a decade ago. But there may be a new multitasking interface for iPadOS.
Apple will preview iOS 16 alongside iPadOS 16, macOS 13, watchOS 9 and tvOS 16 at WWDC, which will officially take place on June 6-10.

Bad news for those who, like us, were expecting the requisite brushstrokes since iOS 7 and the famous “flat design”. Remember that we exclusively unveiled the list of iOS 16 compatible iPhones.

iOS 16 Pink Header

watchOS 9 Same Fight

Gurman said watchOS 9 could have “major updates to activity and health tracking.” Logic, if iOS 16 evolves in this direction, the watches’ firmware will have to follow.

And for macOS 13?

No details have been shared on what the name will be in macOS 13. macOS Big Sur featured a major overhaul with Neomorphism followed by a smaller update with macOS Monterey.

See you on June 6th to follow WWDC 2022, a date we revealed a few weeks before everyone else.

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