On the morning of September 14, Apple officially launched the iOS 10 version to global users.
Apple’s new iOS 10 update has a capacity of more than 1 GB, this is also the largest iOS update version of the “apple house” in 2016.
iOS 10 was first introduced by Apple at the 2016 WWDC Developers Conference in June, supporting 10 important new features. Highlights include a redesigned lock screen with richer notifications, the ability to interact quickly with apps and expand the 3D Touch option.
In particular, Raise to wake is a new feature capable of waking up the phone lock screen when it is raised, allowing you to have an overview of notifications or updates. The new notification system can work with 3D Touch, allowing you to view and interact with them.
Siri now has better context recognition. It will make intelligent suggestions based on your current location, calendar, contacts, recent contacts, etc.It all relies on Apple’s increasingly mature artificial intelligence system, like what Google has brought to Google Now.
The Photos app is also smarter in detecting and classifying images on the device. The device will group related images together, such as trips, photos last weekend or last year … Then it can automatically revise the film to highlight a specific trip or event.
The key point of iOS 10 is to improve iMessage, the most frequently used app on iOS. It can play videos right in the message stream, triple emoji zoom, and message content can be converted into emoji characters with just one touch. Users can also send videos and attach handwriting to this video.
Devices that can be upgraded to iOS 10 include: iPhone 5 or later, 6th generation iPod Touch, iPad mini 2 or later, iPad 4, iPad Air and iPad Pro models.
Currently, to upgrade to iOS 10 users only need to connect to the internet, go to Settings> General> Software Update.