There’s just over a week left until the 2022 Worldwide Developers Conference, one of Apple’s biggest events of the year. We’ve heard surprisingly little about iOS 16 this year, so we’re on our way to some big surprises when June 6 comes.

While we wait for the main event, we thought we’d share some iOS 16 Wish List Items from Mac rumors ReadersBecause who knows? We may see some of these features in the next generation version of iOS. Everything on this list is taken from the iOS 16 discussion in Mac rumors forums.

user interface

  • More control over the placement of app icons on the Home screen
  • Option to hide or move the dock
  • Option to add more docking applications
  • Always around the clock on the lock screen
  • Customizable quick launch buttons to replace the camera and flashlight
  • dark mode icons
  • Split view on iPhone
  • Screen of the most recently used applications
  • Battery percentage in the status bar
  • Support themes and theme store

Widgets and Control Center

  • Lock screen widgets
  • Interactive/live widgets
  • Control Center API for Third Party Applications


  • Clear All Notifications Button
  • Visible LED for notifications
  • Mac style browser notifications
  • Option to snooze notifications
  • Public Notifications – Notifications are visible from all devices when read on one device


  • Scheduled texts in messages
  • RCS support for messages
  • Read receipts and write indicator for message group conversations
  • Option to delete all attachments in messages
  • Editing feature for messages
  • Schedule sending and snoozing in the mail
  • Equalizer settings for music app
  • Inaccurate location sharing in Find My
  • Find my location history
  • Guest mode in HomeKit
  • Better organization in settings, including third-party applications submenu
  • Option to prevent image syncing with all devices
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  • Different tones for each slide
  • Better Budgeting Tools for Apple Card
  • Folder / App Lock
  • Face ID authentication instead of CAPTCHA
  • Touch feedback keyboard stock
  • Option to share actual focus state (working, sleeping, etc.)

for iPad

  • calculator app
  • weather app
  • Support separate application windows
  • Support for multiple users

What is rumored?

In years past, we’ve had early versions of iOS leaked, which gave us a fairly good idea of ​​what to expect. That’s not the case this year, and we just have a few details on what might be included in iOS 16.

The iPhone 14 Pro models won’t have a standard notch, which means we might see some minor design changes, and there are rumors of improvements to the Health app, such as the medication management tool.

Unidentified notification updates are in the works and we can see emergency satellite message features and updates related to vehicle accident detection. iPadOS 16 may get new multitasking features, and we could also see support for services Apple is working on, like the Device Subscription service.

You can read more about what may come in our site iOS 16 Custom Tour.

What else do you want to see?

Hoping for suggestions that aren’t on our list? Let us know in the comments below.

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