Fourth iOS 16 beta and iPadOS 16 developer beta have been released by Apple

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Apple has moved iOS 16 and iPadOS 16 into the fourth beta cycle, and developers may now download and test the fourth releases of both operating systems. This transition marks the beginning of the public release of iOS 16 and iPadOS 16.

The most recent builds are available for download via the Apple Developer Center for participants in the test program or as an over-the-air update for devices that are already running the beta software.

There are normally a few public betas after the developer betas, although usually not until after the first few builds of the first milestone betas are released. The Apple Beta Software Program website will include them as they become available.

The third developer beta for iOS 16 and iPadOS 16 was released on July 6. The second beta was released on June 22, and the first beta was released following the WWDC keynote on June 6. By the fall, we should have final public versions available.

The latest build for iOS 16 and iPadOS 16 is 20A5328h, which replaces 20A5312g.

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The redesigned Lock Screen in iOS 16 is highly customizable and includes upgrades to Focus Modes, improvements to Photos, Messages editing and SharePlay, greater device intelligence, enhanced controller support, Apple Pay Later, and other components.

Along with a number of other iOS 16-related enhancements, Apple has introduced Stage Manager for select iPad Pro models with the intention of improving the way in which the operating system handles app windows across multiple displays.

Lockdown mode was added to the third beta, which was intended for use by activists, journalists, and government officials who may become targets of hacking. Apple also rolled out the first instance of a shared photo library, as well as modifications to the Lock Screen and Stage Manager interface.

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