Is Apple Preparing to Release HomeKit Architecture in the iOS 16.3 Beta?
Delhi : The iOS 16.3 beta will reportedly showcase Apple's HomeKit architecture.
Following user reports that the update was not functioning properly, the iPhone manufacturer withdrew the ability to upgrade Homekit to the new architecture last month.
Now, it appears that the business is getting ready to try it once more for the future operating system updates.
Images from the iOS 16.3 beta revealed that the Home programme contains a notification confirming that there is a "Home Upgrade Available" with a "new underlying architecture that will improve the speed of your home."
This is the identical update notification that was initially shown in iOS 16.2 before it was removed.
The notification in the beta suggests that the tech giant thinks the update has corrected everything and will try to rerelease it to the public, according to the article.
One of the standout improvements of iOS 16.2 was the opportunity to switch to a new Home app architecture. According to the manufacturer, this upgrade promises "enhanced performance and stability."
Users last month complained about a variety of problems, such as HomeKit gadgets that would not stop showing a "updating" or "configuring" state, devices that would simply disappear, invitations to other users' homes that didn't work, problems with HomeKit Secure video recording, and much more.