iOS 16: Here’s how to get Apple’s free operating system update on your iPhone

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After months of waiting, Apple’s new software update for iPhones is finally rolling out. The update is the annual fall tradition that brings new features to Apple’s iPhone ahead of the availability of new iPhones. Apple revealed the first details of iOS 16 during its keynote address in June during its annual Worldwide Developers Conference. Last week, the tech giant said the free software update will be available starting September 12, as it introduced the iPhone 14 lineup, Apple Watch Ultra and AirPods Pro 2 at its headquarters in Cupertino, California.

Anyone with an iPhone 8 model or later can download the update. iOS 16 is compatible with the following iPhones: iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro, iPhone 14 Pro Max, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13 Pro Max, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 Pro M, iPhone 11, iPhone…

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iOS 16: Here’s how to get Apple’s free operating system update on your iPhone

After months of waiting, Apple’s new software update for iPhones is finally rolling out. The update is the annual fall tradition that brings new features to Apple’s iPhone ahead of the availability of new iPhones. Apple revealed the first details of iOS 16 during its keynote address in June during its annual Worldwide Developers Conference. Last week, the tech giant said the free software update will be available starting September 12, as it introduced the iPhone 14 lineup, Apple Watch Ultra and AirPods Pro 2 at its headquarters in Cupertino, California.

Anyone with an iPhone 8 model or later can download the update. iOS 16 is compatible with the following iPhones: iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro, iPhone 14 Pro Max, iPhone 13, iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13 Pro, iPhone 13 Pro Max, iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12 Pro, iPhone 12 Pro M, iPhone 11, iPhone 11 Pro, iPhone 11 Pro Max, iPhone XS, iPhone XS Max, iPhone XR, iPhone X, iPhone 8 and 8 Plus and iPhone SE (2nd generation or later).

Why you should encourage your children to tell stories

When my brother and I were little, our mum would snuggle up next to us and say: “All right, tell me a story.” The tales we told her were probably thin versions of whatever picture book or early learning story we were reading at the time. But what seemed like just a game to us was really a fantastic learning opportunity. She was teaching us to translate the information and knowledge we had picked up throughout the day into words. Put simply, she was training us to be creative thinkers. As an adult, I now realise that there is no better preparation for school, career or life in general than learning to tell stories as a child. Here are some of the benefits: Developing and enhancing creativity. Creativity is like a muscle—you have to use it to strengthen it and keep it strong. Small children are imagination machines. Encouraging them to tell stories teaches them to harness that imagination. Encouraging language development. Telling stories helps a child develop language and vocabulary. The more they practice and the more they explore words, the more confidently they will be able to put their thoughts into sentences. [Related: Want a second pair of eyes? Check out our proofreading service .] Building confidence and self-esteem. Children require reassurance and confidence as they take the path to independence. Being able to invent their own stories and discovering that their ideas count is a wonderful boost to their self-esteem. Encouraging a love of words, language and reading. Nothing serves a child better than a love of words, language and reading. For the rest of their lives they will be rewarded and enriched. So how do you get your child to start telling his or her own stories? Here are a few tips:Incorporate story-time into your daily routine. Start by telling your child a story and then ask them to tell you one.
Give prompts. If your child is struggling to come up with an idea, don’t be afraid to give prompts or suggestions.
Ask them to elaborate. Be engaged with your child’s story—ask about the characters, their feelings, their motivations, their actions.
Make it fun! This shouldn’t be a chore; it should be your child’s favourite part of the day. Get started today!

Incorporate story-time into your daily routine. Start by telling your child a story and then ask them to tell you one.Give prompts. If your child is struggling to come up with an idea, don’t be afraid to give prompts or suggestions.Ask them to elaborate. Be engaged with your child’s story—ask about the characters, their feelings, their motivations, their actions.Make it fun! This shouldn’t be a chore; it should be your child’s favourite part of the day. Get started today!

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