Apple launched the iOS 16.2 beta for iPhones. This update is for public  beta developers and users.

The update adds a Freeform app to iOS, which users can use to upload images, files, and stickers.

New iOS 16.2 advanced data protection for iCloud. New update allows users to hide their background or notifications on Phone 14 Pro.

A new sleep widget tracks sleep statistics, while a meds widget provides regular reminders.

AirDrop now reverts to "Contacts Only" mode after 10 minutes & iOS 16.2 improves iPhone 14 crash detection.

Some other new features include–SharePlay to Game Center, live score on lock screen of Apple TV & IP address hide feature.

If you're on iOS beta, you should get a notification about the upgrade.

Stable channel users can sign up for iOS beta releases by visiting the website and entering their Apple ID.

Once qualified for iOS beta, proceed to Settings>General>Software Update while connected to WiFi.

The new update, changelog, and install button should be here. Install  now to continue.