The newest version of Apple's mobile operating system, iOS 16, is being released today for all iPhone 8 and later devices.
The new operating system has been in the works since June, and its release date was confirmed at Apple's "Far Out" event last week.
You can now delete sent messages and emails, and you can create a shared photo library in iCloud.
There is also a new 'Lockdown Mode' which reduces the device's functionality in order to protect it from cyber attacks.
iOS 16 offers a revamped Lock Screen along with new communication, sharing, and intelligence features, according to Apple.
MailOnline takes a look at all the key features that come with iOS 16, and how you can download the update.
The iOS 16 software update has been released today for iPhone 8 and up It includes a redesigned lock screen and the ability to unsend messages
Redesigned notifications now roll in from the bottom to offer a clear view of the Lock Screen, and users can choose to view notifications in an expanded list, stacked, or as a count view.
With iOS 16, Focus is easier to set up and gets even more powerful by connecting to the Lock Screen, giving users a way to simply swipe to a designated Lock Screen to activate the corresponding Focus
Updates to Messages make it possible to edit, undo send, and mark conversations as unread, making it even easier to stay connected.1 With iOS 16, users can now invite friends and family to SharePlay