Apple’s Black History Month plans may hint at an earlier-than-expected iOS 16.3 release

Apple’s Black History Month plans may hint at an earlier-than-expected iOS 16.3 release

To celebrate Black History Month in February, Apple is launching this year’s Black Unity Collection that includes a special edition Sport Loop for select Apple Watch models, plus select new collections and content for multiple iOS platforms.

2023 Black Unity Sport Loop (opens in a new tab) It is made of intricately woven yarn that spells out the word “Unity” using the same colors of red, green, and black to reflect the Pan-African flag; similar to last year’s offer. The strap comes in two sizes, 41mm and 45mm, which can be adjusted to “Apple Watch SE, apple watch series 4 or more recent, and [the] apple watch ultra (45mm band only).” Apple Watch and iPhone owners can also download a pan-African watch face and matching phone wallpaper sometime next week. However, both designs require their respective devices to be running watchOS 9.3 and iOS 16.3; both of which have yet to be officially released at the time of this writing. Both are currently in beta.

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