What’s New in iphone iOS 10

An enhanced lockscreen with more advanced notifications.

 

Apple unveiled iOS 10, the next-generation operating system for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch, on June 13. Apple CEO Tim Cook described iOS 10 as the “biggest release ever” for iOS users, and the operating system includes major updates for a wide variety of apps, services, and features, including Messages, Siri, Photos, Maps, Apple Music, News, Apple Pay, Control Center, and more.

iOS 10 features a redesigned Lock screen with 3D-touch enabled notifications that offer up more information, a more easily accessible camera, and a new widgets screen that houses widgets formerly located in the Today section of the Notification Center. There’s a redesigned Control Center, also with support for 3D Touch, and a new Raise to Wake feature wakes up the screen without bypassing notifications.

Siri can do a lot more in iOS 10, thanks to a Siri SDK that allows developers to build Siri support into their apps. You can now ask Siri to do things like summon an Uber or send a message in WhatsApp.
Messages has been overhauled with new features like background animations, bubble effects, rich links, and Digital Touch, the sketching feature first introduced on the Apple Watch, allowing users to create drawings and annotate photos and videos. Handwritten notes, hidden “invisible ink” messages, quick “Tapback” replies, and bigger emoji are new in Messages, and there’s even a predictive emoji feature that will suggest words that can be replaced with emoji.

Messages has its own Messages App Store, so developers can create apps that can be used in iMessages. Apps add almost unlimited capabilities to Messages, from sending stickers and GIFs to making payments to making collaborative dinner orders.

Lock/Home screen

New update notification after new iOS install
Lock screen adds new unlocked animation
A new ‘Rest Finger to Unlock’ option in Accessibility settings
Reduce White Point percentage in Accessibility settings
Folders now show badges per apps when 3D Touched
Subtle new Siri animation
Keyboard click sound back to classic sound
Time wheels make new sound
New folder animations with more blurred folders
Auto Lock now under Display and Brightness settings
New wallpaper at bottom of list in Wallpaper settings
Notification Center/Widgets

‘Missed’ is now labeled ‘Recent’
The Weather Channel credit makes a comeback
Access widgets from Notification Center on Home screen
Third-party widgets now resize properly
New Spotlight animation
Rich notifications now available for non-3D Touch devices

Control Center

Subtler bounce effect when invoking Control Center
“AirPlay Screen” is rebranded as AirPlay
New white Apple TV and Speaker icons in AirPlay list
Tweaked HomeKit icons in Control Center
3D Touch on Quick Launch shortcuts yield tweaked language and icons
AirDrop in Control Center now displays “Receiving off”

Apps

HomeKit app icon looks like Home app icon in Settings
Apple News can now be hidden
Mail features a new filter icon instead of funnel
App Store Split View now works on the iPad
Feedback app added
Long pressing the “All Tabs” button in Safari yields “New Tab” option
Show parked location switch in Maps app Settings
New Organ Donation changes found in Health app
Bedtime interface changes in stock Clock app
New Checklist 3D Touch Shortcut for Notes app
New Today 3D Touch icon for Health

Watch app

New ‘Featured Complications’ section
Smart and Random Autofill sync options for Music
Background App Refresh toggles
Use Previous Duration option in Breathe app preferences

Apple Music

‘Downloaded Music’ replaced with permanent ‘Downloads’
Shuffle from Songs
Connect Posts now appear below For You content
AirPlay/Bluetooth headphones and speakers available in Now Playing
Tap Artist name to reveal artist catalog
Playlists now show in search results
Dynamic text now affects the Music app

Messages

Delete iMessage apps
iMessage App Store
New handwriting keyboard button on iPad
New Low Quality Image Mode toggle in Settings
New Digital Touch sketch layout

Of course, there will likely be other new features that are discovered in the coming days. We’ll be sure to keep you updated with any interesting new findings. In the meantime, tell us, what’s your favorite new iOS 10 beta 2 feature or change?

 

Source:

http://www.apple.com/ios/ios10-preview/

http://www.macrumors.com/roundup/ios-10/

http://www.techinsider.io/apple-ios-10-feature-walkthrough-2016-7/#an-enhanced-lockscreen-with-more-advanced-notifications-1

https://9to5mac.com/2016/07/06/50-new-ios-10-beta-2-features-video/

 

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