Three System Features That Should Become Standalone Apps in iOS 16

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Three System Features That Should Become Standalone Apps in iOS 16

WWDC is three weeks away, which means soon enough we’ll see what Apple has been working on for iOS and iPadOS 16. Following last year’s quality-of-life updates, I expect Apple to build upon the foundation they laid two years ago with widgets on the Home Screen in iOS 14, making those widgets more interactive and customizable; I also hope the company will have some major updates in store for iPadOS multitasking and other pro iPad features.

Recently, however, a line in Mark Gurman’s Power On newsletter stood out to me:

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