Goodbye to battery problems? Apple releases beta 4 of iOS 16.1

As usual, every Tuesday the Cupertino company releases a new beta, in this case it has touched beta 4 of iOS 16.1, in addition to the betas corresponding to the rest of the operating systems such as iPadOS, macOS or watchOS. It is a long-awaited version by all, since, in theory, it should solve the battery problems caused by iOS 16. Will it succeed? We will tell you.

What’s new in beta 4 of iOS 16.1

iOS 16.1 is a version in which Apple is putting a lot of effort, since it not only includes very interesting functional and visual innovations, but it also has to be able to solve battery problems that the vast majority of users are having with the first version of iOS 16. With this beta 4, the official release date is getting closer and closer, and fortunately for users, it seems that yes, autonomy problems will be solved with this new version, both in those devices that have already been on the market for a few years and for the new iPhone 14, whose users are also having these battery problems.

But beware, this is not the only new thing that iOS 16.1 brings, since it introduces the support for live activities, that is, the developers of all the apps will now be able to work so that their application offers this function that debuts with this version and that is one of the most appropriate ways to take advantage of the always-on screen of the new iPhone 14 Pro and Pro Max. Another of the functions announced at the event is that of the clean loadwhich comes with this version but not in the way we all thought, since at the moment it will only be available in the United States, for a change.

What’s new in beta 4iPadOS 16.1 and macOS Ventura beta 10

Both iPadOS and macOS Ventura are two operating systems that are not yet official, that is, they are still in beta, yes, for different reasons each of them, so let’s go in parts. The beta 4 of iPadOS 16.1 follows the line of what was already there until now, and that is that Apple has removed the limitation to use the star function of this version, Stage Managermaking the 2018 and 2020 iPad Pros now compatible as well.

Stage Manager

For its part, macOS Ventura continues to meet deadlines more or less marked by the Cupertino company and is preparing for its launch during this month of October. Apart from improving the performance of Apple computers, macOS Ventura also introduces, like iPadOS, Stage Manager, a new function that will allow users to focus on a task while the rest of the open apps are available in a list format on the side to quickly change if necessary. It also introduces Camera Continuityas well as other very interesting functions.

Now, the question that many ask is the release date of these two operating systems. While iPadOS 16 is already late due to problems in its development, macOS Ventura keeps its deadlines marked from the beginning. Either way, the release of these two versions is really closeand if everything goes as it should, in a few weeks they will be official and all users will be able to enjoy the advantages offered by both iPadOS and macOS.