iOS 10 To Be Made Available On September 13

Apple will be releasing iOS 10 to its existing customers on September 13. iOS 10 is so far the biggest update to Apple’s mobile operating system, and it comes with some significant updates to Siri, the digital assistant. With this new update, Siri has been revamped so as to improve image search, handle transcribing voicemails and also write your text messages. Apple is also opening Siri to developers, so that you will be able to ask the digital assistant to send messages to one of your contacts on Whatsapp or book an Uber with your voice.
 
Apple States,
 
"Everything you love is now even better with iOS 10, our biggest release yet. Express yourself in bold new ways in Messages. Find your route with beautifully redesigned Maps. Relive memories like never before in Photos. And use the power of Siri in more apps than ever. There’s so much to say about iOS 10 — here are just a few of our favorite things."
 
 
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There are more changes in the whole operating system outside of Siri. Apple is currently extending its continuous effort by going on to introduce a Universal Clipboard in iOS 10, so now you will be able to easily copy text or images directly from your iPhone and instantly paste them on your Mac. It seems like an amazing feature, which would help you in decreasing the effort of transferring the content from an iPhone to a Mac. Apple will also be introducing rise to wake with iOS 10, this is a completely new feature and it will allow you to lift your iPhone from your desk or pocket, so as to view the lock screen and the notifications.
 
You will also notice numerous changes in the lock screen. Apple is increasing its use of the widgets in iOS 10, and you will now be able to interact with notifications and widgets just by using the 3D Touch. Hence you will no longer need to completely launch the app in order to respond to a message or to check any information.
 
However, the biggest changes made by Apple in iOS 10 are reflected in its built-in apps. While you can now almost technically remove or hide maximum built-in apps, the company is refreshing its Photos, Maps, Phone, Music, New, Home and Message apps. The messages gain the biggest revamp, with an enlarged emoji, animations and integration of Apple Music. Developers for the first time will be able to integrate their app into an iMessage. Apple Maps have also been redesigned in iOS 10, with suggestions for nearby restaurants, traffic information, along with the ability to search where have you parked your car.
 
Apple Music has also been completely redesigned in iOS 10. It will be available with improvements to the entire UI as well as built-in lyrics. News is also getting a major update, with the feature of breaking news notifications and subscription in iOS 10. The company is going ahead and consolidating its HomeKit effort into the latest Home app, which would allow you to control as well as interact with compatible smart home devices.
 
iOS 10 will be made available on September 13 as free for these device - iPhone 5 and higher, iPod touch 6th gen, iPad mini 2 and higher, and iPad 4th generation and the subsequent iPad Air and iPad Pro models.
 
Check out the recent launches made by Apple – its latest iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus along with Apple Watch Series 2.