Safety Check was introduced by Apple starting with iOS 16. Safety Check provides a way to stop sharing relationships on the iPhone. If your personal Apple ID has two-factor authentication enabled, you can check whom you're sharing information with and turn off sharing of Health, Home, Shared Calendars, Shared Location and Find My, Shared Notes, and Shared Photos.
The Apple Music app has arrived in the Microsoft Store for Xbox One, Xbox Series S, and Xbox Series X. Now Xbox users can try a one-month free trial of Apple Music directly on their game console, or log into their accounts to stream millions of songs. Apple Music subscriptions are completely ad-free and available across various devices.
All iPhone 15 models launching in fall 2023 feature USB-C ports in place of Apple's proprietary Lightning connector.
Lately there have been reports from theme parks where roller coasters are triggering iPhone Crash Detection to make emergency calls. Of course you can leave your iPhone behind or turn it completely off before riding amusements with high g-forces to avoid this. But there are other ways to disable Crash Detection on the iPhone before getting your thrills.
The public beta version of iOS 16.1 has rolled out to compatible iPhones. This means plenty of bug fixes and a bunch of new features are getting ready for launch. iOS 16.1 delivers a long list of capabilities, with even more functionality coming in updates later this year.