iOS 16.1 is still in the beta period and with it the dynamics of new functions to try and test among users enrolled in the Developer Program. It is very likely that the new version will arrive in the coming weeks since we have the Release Candidate among us, and with it the first major update after the release of iOS 16.1. There are many functions that were left in the inkwell at the launch of iOS 16 and little by little the updates will bring them. In the last beta it has been included an option to manage permissions to copy and paste content for each app from the Settings menu.

Apple incorporates individual permissions for apps to copy and paste in iOS 16.1

The Release Candidate of iOS 16.1 and we already know that iPadOS 16 will officially arrive on October 24. So everything seems to indicate that the final version of iOS 16.1 will also arrive on that date. It will be time to welcome a new update on all our devices and be able to enjoy all the functions that you can consult in the following article that we published a few weeks ago.

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In this version that we will see we have a new function that allows to modify the permissions to copy and paste elements in each application. Within the settings of each application in the Settings app we can modify the permissions in three options:

  • To ask: the app should continue with the question of being able to paste apps from other apps.
  • Deny: the app cannot paste content from other apps.
  • Allow: allow the app to paste content from other apps without asking for permission again.

In this way, Apple tries to get regulate the flow of content that we can paste between applications within iOS. This function will see the light with the final version of iOS 16.1 that will arrive on October 24, as we have mentioned.