Apple has delayed the introduction of iOS 16’s iCloud Shared Photo App feature, stating that it will be available “later this year” rather than when the mobile operating system update is released on September 12th (via AppleInsider). The message about the delay was inserted sometime this week, according to an online copy of the iOS 16 webpage.
When it is released, the function will allow you and a maximum of five other people to instantly share a collection of images, with the choice of include all photos in your book collection, photos taken after a certain date, or photos of specified people.
It’s not uncommon for Apple to delay features from the initial release – last year, iOS 15 debuted without SharePlay, Universal Control, or improved Find My AirPods compatibility. The features were then released in point releases over the next few months. Though the iPadOS 16 upgrade for Apple’s tablets has been postponed and will instead come as iPadOS 16.1, iOS 16 does not appear to include as many improvements that are being pushed back.
It’s conceivable that Apple putting iPadOS 16 onto its own release schedule has something to do with the feature’s delay — it’s simple to imagine people setting it up on their phones, then to be confused about why it’s not showing up on their iPad or Mac (according to Apple’s website, macOS Ventura will be released sometime in October). Or, given that the feature deals with photographs that customers don’t want to lose, the corporation could simply be being cautious. Apple did not respond immediately to The Verge’s request for comment on its plans for the Sharing Photo Library.
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