updates for iPhones earlier Tuesday, along with iPadOS 16.2, Watch iOS 9.2, and macOS Ventura 13.1, according to Apple's support page.

The highlight of the update is the new Freeform app, a shared whiteboard tool designed for "creative work with friends or colleagues on Mac,

iPad, and iPhone." Other new features in the iOS 16.2 update include Apple Music Sing, a singalong-focused upgrade to the Apple Music app,

and new lock screen features. After downloading the update, you'll be able to hide wallpaper or notifications when the Always-On display is on iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max.

There's also a Sleep widget that tells you about your sleep data, and a Medicines widget that sends you reminders about when to take your medicine.

Speaking of widgets, the Activity widget now lets you see what games your friends are playing on your home screen.

Additionally, the update includes SharePlay support for multiplayer games in Game Center, allowing you to play with people you're on a FaceTime call with.

The update also improves iCloud security by increasing the number of data categories that are protected with end-to-end encryption.