If you didn’t preorder an iPhone 14, iPhone owners can still get the feeling of owning a new smartphone Monday.
Preorders for the iPhone kicked off last Friday. The iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max will hit stores Sept. 16. The iPhone 14 Plus will launch next month.
Prices for iPhone 14 start at $799, topped by the iPhone 14 Pro Max at $1,099.
Here’s everything you should know about the arrival of iOS 16.
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What time did iOS 16 released?
Apple said iOS 16 will launch on Sept. 12, four days before the iPhone 14 hits stores. Typically, the software update is available to download at 1 p.m. Eastern time, or 10 a.m. PT.
Which phones will support iOS 16?
If you own an iPhone 8 or later, then your phone will support iOS 16. Second generation or later models of the iPhone SE will also support the new software update.
Will all iPhones support every new iOS 16 feature?
A handful of features are only supported if your iPhone is running the A12 chip. How do you find this out? Basically, if you own an iPhone 8 or earlier, you don’t have the chip. Features such as pulling live text from video or lifting subjects from an image aren’t available on older iPhones.
What features won’t be there Monday?
The most notable feature that won’t launch until later this year is the iCloud Shared Photo Library, which allows iPhone owners to more easily share photos among family members or friends.
How to update iPhone with iOS 16?
The best way to check is to head to Settings, then General, then Software Update. Your iPhone will tell you whether iOS 16 is available.
When it is available, plug in your device or make sure your device has 50% battery life…