New notifications and health tracking: what will change in iOS 16

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The new iOS 16, codenamed Sydney, will be unveiled at WWDC this summer. The system will not receive significant visual changes: instead, Apple has focused on new features. Bloomberg analyst Mark Gurman spoke about this in a new Power On mailing list (quoted by MacRumors).

He notes that the most noticeable and important changes will be related to notifications and health tracking. The iOS interface will not be updated (although it hasn’t changed much since iOS 7), but iPadOS may get an updated multitasking screen.

Like iOS 16, the new watchOS 9 will receive new health and activity tracking features , but nothing is known about macOS 13, including the name. Considering that Monterey was an intermediate version that continued the ideas of Big Sur, there is a chance that the next build will bring something new.

Gurman added that in addition to operating systems, Apple is working on a number of new computers: MacBook Air with a completely new design, as well as updated 13-inch MacBook Pro, 24-inch iMac and Mac mini. In recent years, Apple hasn't announced the hardware at WWDC, so a presentation is more likely later this year.