iOS 16.3 Is Coming Soon: The New Features That Could Hit Your iPhone

Apple's next iOS update is expected to arrive as soon as this week, and with it will likely come a handful of new features, bug fixes and some Black History Month designs for

your iPhone. Public beta testers, however, have already been given access to the iOS 16.3 beta.  As always, we recommend downloading a beta only on something other than your

primary device. Since these are beta versions of iOS 16.3, the features might be buggy and your device's battery life may be shortened, so it's best to keep betas on a secondary

device. If you're a public beta tester, here's what's new in the iOS 16.3 beta software. Note that the beta is still ongoing, so these likely won't be the only new features

to land on your iPhone when iOS 16.3 is officially released. Apple Maps helps you find nearby parking options If you use Apple Maps to get directions to a location, you can

now find nearby parking within Maps. When looking up a place to go, you can tap More (...) and tap Parking. This opens SpotHero, an online service that helps you find, book and

pay for a parking spot at a nearby garage or parking lot. You can also reserve a spot through SpotHero. This feature is available only in select cities, though. New ways to

use Emergency SOS via satellite Emergency SOS via satellite was introduced at Apple's 2022 event in September. The new beta software brings new ways to use the service on your