At the iPhone 7 launch event in San Francisco, Apple announced that iOS 10 will be publicly released on September 13. So, update your iPhone and iPad versions to iOS 10.
Here are some of the new features introduced and those which were updated,
iOS 10 adds a new space called ‘Home’. This is included to view and manage all your HomeKit device. It also has the ability to adjust multiple devices grouped into ‘Scenes’ at once.
Support for extensions has been included to plug into other apps and services, that means the enhanced voice assistant is now open to third party developers,
iMessage now supports rich link previews for images and video. It is also opened to third-party developers. It can also now display large emoji. Emoji’s can be quickly inserted using the advance keyboard, as well as users can reply to messages quickly.
Slideshows will get created automatically with enhanced Apple Photos, for iOS 10. A ‘Memories’ feature has also been introduced for checking the old images, which you always love seeing again.
A revamped music app is also expected with iOS 10 announcement.
For iPhone7 Plus users
A new zoom shooting mode for the iPhone 7 Plus’ dual cameras has been added. This mode, includes a telephoto lens for up to 2x optical zoom and up to 10x digital zoom.
The camera app will offer a new portrait mode for iPhone 7 Plus’ users. It will take the help of the 56mm focal length telephoto lens to create shots with depth of field and bokeh effects. A live preview will be visible before you snap the shutter. Do not worry, since this feature will be available for free.
iOS 10 will be downloaded from September 13. Also, it will ship with the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus from September 16.