Apple on Thursday, May 18th released iOS & iPadOS 16.5 and iOS & iPadOS 15.7.6 to the general public. The higher of the two, obviously for Apple’s latest handsets that can run iOS & iPadOS 16, and the lower of the two being for some of Apple’s older handsets that can’t install iOS or iPadOS 16 due to Apple-imposed installation limitations.
iOS 16.5 bug prevents Apple’s Lightning to USB 3 Camera Adapter from working
The Lightning to USB 3 camera adapter, Apple's own accessory, has stopped working due to a likely bug in iOS 16.5 that should be soon fixed.
Siri voice commands for screen recording are notably absent from iOS 16.5
Apple tested new voice commands for Siri to start and stop screen recording, but the feature has remained notably absent from the public release of iOS 16.5.
PSA: The palera1n jailbreak works on A9-A11 devices running Apple’s new iOS 16.5 & 15.7.6 firmwares
Apple on Thursday released iOS & iPadOS 16.5 for all of their latest devices, as well as iOS & iPadOS 15.7.6 for some of their older devices that can’t run iOS or iPadOS 16. These updates comprised of a small number of new features, but incorporated a wide array of security patches that will make future jailbreaks more challenging to achieve.
iOS and iPadOS 16.5 bring a new wallpaper but no Siri screen recording commands
The iOS 16.5 release notes mention enhancements like a new wallpaper, but Siri screen recording that was present in betas is nowhere to be seen.
Apple confirms it will release iOS 16.5 and watchOS 9.5 next week
Apple has announced the release date for iOS 16.5 and watchOS 9.4: next week. iOS 16.5 and watchOS 9.5 are required for the new Pride Celebration watch face and iPhone wallpaper, but iOS 16.5 also has two new features.
Apple testing Multiview picture-in-picture that supports four streams at once
The upcoming Multiview feature boosts Apple's picture-in-picture mode, and you'll especially like it when your favorite teams are playing at different times.
“Hey Siri, start a screen recording” will do the trick in iOS 16.5
Use your voice to ask Siri to start and stop a screen-recording session on your iPhone or iPad hands-free without using the dedicated Control Center toggle.
iOS 16.5 gives the Apple News sports section a dedicated tab
Browse sports news for the teams, leagues and athletes you follow through a new tab at the bottom of Apple’s News app on the iPhone, iPad and Mac.