iOS 10.1 comes with a portrait mode and some improvements

The first iOS 10.1 beta adds a bokeh effect for portraits Apple has rolled out the first public beta of iOS 10.0 to developers. The new version includes a few minor improvements to the operating system and a new feature for photos. Apple to planning to release 10.1 to public testers soon, before the update reaches the Production devices later in 2016. iOS 10.1 Beta 1 allows users to capture photos with an iPhone 7 Plus and its dual-lens camera combo using a mode called ‘Portrait’. It uses the two cameras to produce a nice blurred background for portrait photos.[…]

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iOS 10 is already on 35% of all active devices

iOS 10 adoption rate is faster than iOS 9 Apple released iOS 10 a week ago, but the platform has already been installed on 35% of all active devices, according to Mixpanel data. For just over a week, the operating system reached a market share of 35.14%, while the previous version (iOS 9) reached 50% in two weeks. That means we could expect for another week iOS 10 to gain at least 15% and overtake the previous version as the system with the fastest adoption rate. iOS10 can be installed on any iPhone 5s or newer, iPad 2 or newer,[…]

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iOS 10 has been released to everyone

Apple rolls out the official iOS 10 update As promised during the iPhone 7 launch event earlier this month, Apple released the official iOS 10 update to everyone with iPhone 5S or newer on September 13. This update brought problems for those who installed iOS 10 over-the-air in the first hours, bricking their smartphones and prompting a restore via iTunes. Fortunately, the company eliminated the problem very quickly and only a small percent of the devices were affected. iOS 10 is available for your device as an OTA update and you can download it by going to the Settings ->[…]

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Apple’s iOS 10 update coming to eligible devices on Sept.13

IOS 10 will be available for download next week The update from iOS 9 to iOS 10 will be available for modern iPhones and iPads on September 13, according to Apple’s iPhone 7 press-conference. Apple has revealed that the official update will be coming to iPhone 5S or newer, iPad 2 or newer, iPod 6 or newer. iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus will ship with iOS pre-installed. Keep in mind that like all major updates, iOS 10 could also show up your iPhone a bit later, day or two after the official release date – Sept.13. We’ve already published[…]

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Apple almost ready with iOS 10, releases the seventh beta

Public testers and developers can install iOS 10 beta 7 Apple is gearing up to officially present iOS 10 sometime in September, and this release will likely coincide with the iPhone 7 / 7 Plus launch next month. While we all are getting closer to the launch date, Apple is giving those of you who more adventurous the ability to install and test the software before the regular users. Now it is time for the 7th iOS 10 beta. Apple has released iOS 10 Beta 7 as an over-the-Air update to all users who installed the 6th version, and as[…]

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Apple seeds new iOS and macOS betas to public testers

iOS 10 Beta 3 available to download Apple rolled out the third public betas of iOS and macOS Sierra to interested public testers. Members of the public testing program can now download iOS 10 beta 3 and enjoy a couple of minor performance improvements and fixes for their iPhones and iPads. The third iOS beta includes new keyboard sounds, changes in the control center page, and over a hundred new emoji you can use. With this beta, Apple is a step closer to the official roll out of iOS 10 to all production devices this fall, something that should coincide[…]

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Improvements in Safari for iOS 10 detailed by Apple

Apple plans to improve the browsing experience in iOS 10 Apple is preparing a big update for its Safari browser with the official launch of iOS 10 later this year. The company is already teasing some of the improvements, through public and developer’s beta of the platform, but now we get some more information about Safari for iOS10. According to software engineers working on the browser, Safari will get improved animated gif viewing and the way videos are played. Writing for the Webkit blog, Jer Noble explains that the user experience while viewing GIFs will be simplified in iOS 10.[…]

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Apple rolls out the second public beta of iOS 10

Public beta testers can now install iOS 10 Beta 2 Apple Insiders who want to test pre-release software and send feedback about bugs, can now install beta 2 of iOS 10 on their eligible smartphones and tablets. Apple yesterday rolled out the second beta to public testers, while developers are officially on Beta 3 which should be identical to Beta 2 for testers. The update is being rolled out to the public testing program as an OTA update, providing that the owners have signed up for the Beta program. iOS 10 beta 2 for the general public includes several new[…]

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Loophole in messages on the Lock Screen found in iOS 10 beta

Users can reply to your text messages without authentication Apple has recently released the iOS 10 beta for developers and regular users, but if you are planning to install this test version on your iPhone or iPad you should be aware that some bugs still exist and that is quite normal for this stage of the development. However, keep in mind that one of the known bugs could compromise your privacy. First made public by 9to5Mac, this bug in the iOS 10 Beta is related to the Lock Screen and the possibility to reply to iMessages or SMS texts without[…]

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Public beta of iOS 10 available to download

iOS 10 beta seeded to the general public A month after Apple announced iOS 10 at the WWDC conference, the company began rolling out the Preview software to interested users for testing. iOS 10 Beta is available to download for all members of the public beta program, but keep in mind that this is unfinished software and we don’t recommend installing it on a main device. With iOS 10, all iPhone and iPad users get an even better experience and many new features. We’ve already covered what’s new in iOS 10, but here are just some of the changes.. The[…]

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