Apple iPhone New iOS 16 Features That Already Present In Android

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Apple iPhone
Apple iPhone

With a history of delaying the development of features that other businesses jumped on quickly as beta-testers, Apple is probably the worst offender here. If you believe Twitter memes and Twitter takes about how iPhone users are usually late to the party of ideas they might believe are completely novel, you could almost set your watch to them.

And now here we are once more. The iPhone 14 and iOS 16 operating systems are being unveiled by Apple along with their newest phone line. There are numerous updates and additions that will either be helpful, entertaining or both. In truth, several of these functions are being added to earlier iPhone models, while others are only available in certain.

Apple iPhone
Apple iPhone

However, even while Apple advertises each one as brand-new and fantastic, some of them are already well-known to Android users, either in whole or in part. Here is a list of things that Android has had for some time but that Apple is now delivering.

SEVERAL STOPS ON THE MAP

You’ve just returned from your college and are on your way home when you suddenly remember that if you take a brief detour, you may visit one of your favorite bookstores. Want to avoid getting lost? With iOS 16, you can now easily add the location of the bookshop to your itinerary and receive directions that will allow you to stop there before returning home.

EMAIL: SCHEDULE, REMIND LATER, UNDO, AND FOLLOW-UP

In iOS 16, if you push “Send” on an email and then discover you accidentally typed the wrong recipient’s name, you now have 10 seconds to change your mind and cancel the send (assuming the other person is also using iOS 16). Another option is to schedule an email to be delivered whenever you like, or you may use Remind Later to remind yourself to deal with an email later.\

iOS 16 Features
iOS 16 Features

Apple iPhone

Since around 2018, Gmail has offered the option to cancel a message. You can do this within 5, 10, 20, or 30 seconds (you can specify the duration in the web interface). Additionally, you can schedule an email to be delivered at a specific time and snooze an email so that it will appear later.

iOS LIVE CAPTIONS

Live Captions, which provide in-the-moment transcription for audio, video, and conversations, have been added to iOS 16. Not just for those who have hearing impairments, but for anyone who needs to follow a discussion, this tool is incredibly helpful.

Actually, Android features a Live Caption feature that offers instant translations for such captions in a number of languages as of 2019.

 Android
Android

Even though Apple is once again late with this, it’s still a win for accessibility and for watching films on your phone while muted when you’re too lazy to get your earphones.

PHONE FITNESS APP

Although the Apple Watch is a popular tool for tracking your fitness, iPhone users without a watch couldn’t utilize the official Apple Fitness Plus app (although you could, of course, use any of the third-party apps out there). Now, if you don’t have an Apple Watch, you can still utilize the Apple Fitness Plus app.

Whether you wear a watch or not, Android phones have pretty much always had access to Google’s official Fit fitness app. 

iOS LIVE CAPTIONS
iOS LIVE CAPTIONS

LOCK SCREEN WIDGETS

Actually, this one is a bit strange. Up to four widgets can now be added to your lock screen in iOS 16.

Widgets for the lock screen were available in Android 4.2 about ten years ago, however Android 5.0 decided to remove them once more. You decide whether or not to count this.

 

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