There is a new ‘Password’ option when users enter the WiFi section in the Settings section and then tap on the network they are connected to.
Users can check their WiFi network password in Apple‘s freshly unveiled iOS 16.The iOS 16 developer beta, according to MacRumors, has the ability to inspect a WiFi password and even copy it to share with friends or family.In iOS 15, the feature was not available.
According to the report, there is a new ‘Password’ option when users enter the WiFi section in the Settings section and then tap on the network they are connected to.They can see the password for that WiFi network by tapping it.To see a stored password, users must authenticate with Face ID, Touch ID, or a passcode.
It’s a useful function, according to the study, if users need to share a password with someone else or wish to connect to a non-Apple device where sharing isn’t automated.
Apple has released a glimpse of iOS 16, iPadOS 16, macOS Ventura, and watchOS 9, as well as a confirmation that public betas of these operating systems will be available in July via the company’s testing website.
According to Apple, iOS 16 is the most significant change to the Lock Screen yet, with new features that make it more personal and useful.
iOS 16 brings new Camera app capabilities to iPhone 13, iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max users.Portrait photos and Cinematic mode have two new iPhone 13-exclusive features.iOS 16 will allow users to blur items in the foreground of a photo while in Portrait mode for the optimum depth-of-field effect.
The blur quality in Cinematic mode has also enhanced.The depth-of-field effect is now more accurate at profile angles and around the edges of hair and glasses when shooting films in Cinematic mode with iOS 16.
According to reports, the iPhone 14 will likely enable these additions as well.However, for the time being, Apple’s iPhone 13 series is the only one with these new camera functions.