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Our book What’s New in iOS 16 is on sale!


As promised, our What’s New in iOS 16 book has been on sale since yesterday. You can still buy it for a few more days at its launch price of €7.99. It is also possible to purchase our pack for €12.49 which includes our two books, namely The new features of iOS 16 and The guide to macOS Ventura which will be released next month. As always, our eBooks are in ePub format and are DRM-free.

Going back to our book dedicated to iOS 16, you will know all about the new customization elements of the system. A big piece in Nicolas Furno’s book, but far from being the only one. iOS 16 is synonymous with a long list of small changes on the iPhone side: Messages modifies and even cancels sends, Photos adds the concept of shared photo library, Live Text also works on videos, the Home app has right to a whole new interface, Safari shares groups of tabs, Mail cancels and schedules sendings…

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As always, the novelties of iOS 16 will be the subject of many updates. One of them will be dedicated to the specific novelties of the iPhone 14. Another big piece will arrive next month. It will be devoted to iPadOS and in particular to its flagship Stage Manager feature, which has been talked about since the beginning.

What’s New in iOS 16 is a book that will interest beginners and seasoned users alike, and will be useful to people who have been using iOS 16 since the first beta as well as those who have just installed it. Reading Nicolas Furno’s book makes it possible to (re)discover the many new features of the system and above all to take a step back to think about how to make the most of them. So don’t hesitate!

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