Apple is always bringing new features to its iOS to provide better experience to its users. Now the company is working on a new custom accessibility mode. This new mode will provide a more streamlined interface for Springboard applications.
Although the company is currently working on this mode and currently it is available only on the beta version, due to which it is not available for general users yet.
What’s new in this new mode
People often consider the interface of iOS to be difficult and difficult compared to Android. Apple understands this very well. Now the company is working on a new mode for this. This new mode will work to make the interface of iPhone and iPad more user friendly.
According to Apple’s internal description, Custom Accessibility Mode is a customizable, streamlined way to use your iPhone and iPad. Users will be able to navigate the system in ‘custom accessibility mode’ with few restrictions.
Earlier, Apple added news integration for regional weather stories to the Weather app in its iOS 16.2 beta release.
After the arrival of this feature, users get to see the weather updates in their area. For this, users will get a link to an article in Apple News that will give users weather information in their areas.
When will this feature be available
However, information has not been received yet about when users will get its update. Maybe the company will release this feature only in the new update of iOS. But when this feature comes, only then users will be able to use this new mode and see how much iOS has changed now compared to before.