The Weekender

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Every iOS 16 email trick you need to know





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The Weekender
I rarely use Apple’s Mail app, but I might have to start. Coming this fall in iOS/iPadOS 16 and macOS Ventura, Apple is adding a ton of new features to its stock email app.
You can unsend an unfortunate email, schedule emails to be delivered on a certain day, take advantage of smart reminders and more.
Read all about everything new coming to the Mail app in our top story this week.
Enjoy your weekend!
– Lewis Wallace, managing editor
P.S. If you want to try the souped-up email – plus all the other new features Apple has planned – sooner rather than later, you can download the latest public beta versions of iOS 16 and iPadOS 16. Our writer Ed Hardy says they’re stable enough for most people to try at this point.

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