Apple has released the iOS 10 operating system that will be at the core of its latest devices. However, latest iPhones are not expected till September this years at the earliest.
The one of most sought smartphone giant has made a public beta available for current handsets.
It is certain that as the latest release is a beta version, devices using it may perform less or device may run cranky.
If you want to use the latest release, then back up your data through iTunes, and download the OS from https://beta.apple.com/.
Before installing, user must make sure that iCloud backup is up to date by going to the Settings app on your iPhone, or plug your iOS device to your computer to do a manual backup in iTunes.
The good news is that users don’t need to pay $99 a year for a developer account.
The developer beta lets developers take advantage of all the new APIs, while the public beta is all about ironing out the bugs.
The latest update on Siri could have a big impact on the way to use iPhone.Apple has also unveiled a completely redesigned lock screen with rich notifications that can display tiny live widgets and a huge Photos app update with face recognition, deep learning categorization and intelligent photo albums. Apple Maps, Apple Music, HomeKit and the Phone app are also receiving updates.
Emojify feature, message effects, Slack-like feedback on messages, rich link previews and third-party extensions are what is new to the iOS 10.
It is also reported in some news site that users can wake up an iPhone 6s, 6s Plus or SE just by picking it up, which is pretty handy. iPhone 5, 6th generation iPod, and iPad mini 2, iPad Air or 4th generation iPad are also compatible with iOS 10.
Home app for controlling lights, locks, thermostats and other accessories around your house that are compatible with Apple’s HomeKit technology comes in the iOS.