iOS 16.2 Adds New Watchlist Sorting Options For Stocks

Apple’s upcoming iOS 16.2 beta is now in the hands of developers as well as those who are on the public beta program, and new features are being spotted all the time.

Now, a new report notes that Apple has added new sorting options to the Stock app and widgets.

9to5Mac reports that the Stocks app on iPhone and iPad now allows different sorting options for the various watchlist, with the changes made in-app also reflected on Home screen widgets. Sorting options include manual, by price change, percent change, market cap, symbol, and name.

Each watchlist can also be configured to show either the stock’s price change, percent change, or market cap at a glance as well. This change gives you more granularity with the ability to sort each list by whichever data point you choose, as opposed to only being able to pick one option that applies to all of your different lists.

Bloomberg’s Mark Gurman has previously pointed to iOS 16.2 being made available to the public in the middle of December, although that could change depending on how well the beta process goes.

We’re currently in the process of testing the second beta, but there will likely be a few more before Apple deems iOS 16.2 as ready for the public.

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