Apple starts releasing iOS 16.4

Apple has already released the update to iOS 16.4 after some beta releases. The update is now available on the iPhone, as well as for iPads via iPadOS 16.4. Apple has also started releasing macOS Ventura 13.3 and watchOS 9.4.

One of the novelties is the 21 new emojis between animals, hand gestures and objects. Additionally, websites can now send notifications via Web Apps when they are added to the home screen.

Apple has also added voice isolation for mobile calls, which will prioritize your voice and block ambient noise around you. This was already available on FaceTime for a while.

The rest of the changes are bug fixes. Here is Apple’s changelog:

  • Added 21 new animal, hand gesture, and object emojis to the emoji keyboard.
  • Notifications for web apps have been added to the home screen.
  • Voice isolation on phone calls makes your voice heard in the foreground and blocks out ambient noise.
  • The Duplicates album in the Photos app now lets you detect duplicate photos and videos in a shared iCloud photo library.
  • VoiceOver now supports maps in the Weather app.
  • A new accessibility setting lets you automatically darken a video if strobes or flashing lights are detected in it.
  • Fixes a bug where purchase requests made by children would not always appear on the parent’s or guardian’s device.
  • Fixes an issue that caused Matter-enabled thermostats to become unresponsive when paired with Apple Home.
  • The crash detection function has been optimized on iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Pro models.

As we said, you can now download the update on your iPhone and iPad, as well as macOS Ventura 13.3 on your Mac and watchOS 9.4 on your Apple Watch.

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