Apple's new iOS 10 will be released on Tuesday, Sept. 13, with several interesting feature updates.
iOS 10 Release
According to MacWorld, Apple's latest mobile operating system, iOS 10, was first announced on June 13, 2016, at WWDC in San Francisco. A series of beta versions of iOS 10 have been released by Apple since then.
All members of its iOS beta program have been notified by Apple in an email that the iOS 10 final release candidate has being rolled out on September 9. The iOS 10 GM candidate can be installed from Software Update.
In the coming weeks, the company will start shipping the final versions to customers worldwide. Apple will roll out the final iOS 10 public version to iPhone 5 on September 13. Later on, the iOS 10 will come to the iPad Air, iPad 4, iPad mini 2 and later generations.
The three/four-month gap between the final public release and the iOS 10 first announcement allowed Apple developers to add new features to their third-party iOS apps and to correct any bugs. The iOS 10 update will come with upgrades and new interesting features. According to Apple's website, the iOS 10 is company's biggest release yet and everything users of its mobile operating system love is now even better.
iOS Top Features:
Quick Message Feature
According to Latin Post, the new iOS 10 update introduces a Tapback feature that allows users choosing from six different quick responses when they don't have enough time to text.
Users of iOS 10 will be able to send a text message in their own handwriting.
Multi-tasking + iMessage Apps
The new iMessage Apps will allow users of iOS 10 to access their favorite apps while they are still texting. Without ever leaving the message App users will be able to share content, make payments and more.
It will be possible to send messages that remain hidden until users swipe to reveal them.
Sketckes, heartbeats, fireballs and more have been added as emojis. Users can tap over words to exchange them with emojis or draw over videos just like Snapchat.
Stickers available in the new App Store for iMessage can help users of iOS 10 to make their photos look better.
With iOS 10 the Maps App can make better suggestions, help search for coffee, restaurants and gas stations and help taking a faster route.
While listening to their favorite song, users will be able to view lyrics.
Home App Integration With Home Appliances
The new Home App will allow users to unlock doors, turn on lights and raise window shades in their home.
Siri has just become smarter with the iOS 10 update. The personal digital assistant will help users to navigate their apps better than before. Siri can send money with Squar, book a Lyft or taxi and much more.