Apple has added 11 new Shortcuts actions in the iOS 16.4 developer betas – learn about new capabilities for Stage Manager, the iPhone 14’s Always On Display, Intercom on HomePods, and VPN control.
Apple’s big addition for iOS 16 was Lock Screen widgets, but their powerful automation app was left out. In my column for iMore, I took a look at the history of Shortcuts and argue why it dictates the widget should get added.
Apple released automatic App Shortcuts to power every action from your apps — here’s how this new Shortcuts feature plays into its Siri strategy.
In my piece for iMore on iOS 16 public beta 2, I covered the new set of actions for Shortcuts that work with Safari, Mail, and Reminders.
Yours truly for iMore: Safari has gained six actions of its own so far in the betas: 1. Open View 2. Open New Tab 3.
In the first public beta of iOS 16, Shortcuts has a whole new set of actions to build with — here’s what’s available (so far).