Latest News Of Apple is, announced the latest version of its OS for the iPhone and iPad, iOS 10, at its annual Worldwide Developers Conference on Monday night.
The new software will allow Siri to access third-party apps, revamp iMessage to include features such as suggesting emoji and invisible ink messages, and let you delete the default apps you never use.
But if you have an iPhone or iPad of a certain vintage, forget about it.iOS 10 will be unavailable for the iPhone 4s, released in 2011; the iPad 2 and 3; the original iPad Mini and the fifth-generation iPod Touch.
iOS 10 Key Features:
Siri got a massive makeover, becoming much smarter. This includes writing your messages, doing image searches and transcribing voicemails.
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Much simpler and more intuitive. It has brought back useful iTunes features, including Recently Added and Recently Played sections.And it has added information in Browse and For You that include daily playlists, top charts and radio – a bit like Spotify Discover.
The HomeKit app can now be used to control a range of smart home gadgets, from the garage door to dining room light to thermostat.
Apple is launching a new subscriptions feature so users can read all their subscription media within Apple News.
Redesign makes Maps more proactive – it can check your calendar for places you’re meant to be going, and has a better search function for amenities close to you.
iPhone 7, iPhone 6 and 6 Plus, iPhone 5s, iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, iPad Air 2, iPad Air, iPad 4, iPad mini 3, iPad mini 2, iPod touch sixth-generation onwards.
NOT iPhone 4, iPad 2 or 3 and iPad mini
Release date: September 2016