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APPLE has plans to drop iOS 16 this fall – and that means some big changes for your iPhone.

At its annual WWDC last week, the tech giant announced several jaw-dropping features headed for the iPhone, iPad, and Apple Watch.

Here are five of the biggest features to hit your iPhone when iOS 16 drops.

Unsend iMessages

Apple is finally giving its users the ability to take back a text message after they send it.

Users will also be able to edit text messages and rid themselves of embarrassing typos after hitting 'send'.

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It's important to note that these features will only work between iMessage users and not SMS.

Your Lock Screen is changing

Some of the biggest changes to come to the iPhone is the new Lock Screen settings.

Users will be able to create a variety of Lock Screen displays for different moods, Focus, or times of the day.

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Each Lock Screen mode can be customized with its own wallpaper and widgets.

To switch between every Lock Screen all you need to do is swipe across your screen.

Photo shuffle

This tool lets users see an automatic slideshow of different photos on their Lock Screen.

You can either create a library of your favorite pictures to display throughout the day, or iOS can choose for you.

Users can also decide the time intervals between each photo shuffle.

New Privacy settings

Apple revealed a suite of new privacy and personal safety features aimed at helping those escape abusive situations.

The new tools fall under 'Safety Check' in Settings and let iPhone users quickly review who can see their location.

Within the tool, there are customizable sharing and access settings, as well as an emergency button that can reset all permissions you may have given to anyone.

Included in this "access reset" are messages, app access, location tracking, and others.

Users are also automatically signed out of iCloud on all devices, while texts and calls are limited to their iPhones.

Lock hidden photos

No one will ever be able to snoop on your hidden photo folder again.

While you've been able to hide any private pictures from your main photo stream, practically everyone knew where to find the hidden folder, which made it all a bit pointless.

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Well now, it'll be password protected by default.

You can also use Face ID or Touch ID to make it even easier.

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