Latest Apple News: What to expect from iOS 10 update
The release of the much awaited iOS 10 update is just around the corner. This coming June 13 (as everyone is expecting), the new update will bring significant new features to Apple Music, HomeKit and Siri.
What are we going to see and hear?
Apparently, (as rumours has it), we will be seeing a brand new interface on the latest update. If you have the latest iPhone6s or iPad 12.9 running on iOS 9.3, expect new features on the current apps among other things.
Expect bumpy rides along the way
Just as what usually happens whenever there’s an upcoming (BIG) update, users will also experience some crash (before, during or after the launch). There will be frequent bug tests conducted by app developers to keep everything running smoothly before the iOS10 is sent to all Apple users.
Trying to hold on a bit more
Sadly, the latest iOS would need at least 512 RAM from your iPhone or iPad. That means, it is still up in the air whether iPad 2 and iPhone 4s models would be taking part in this new update.
Voicemail and Siri just as you wanted them to be
A new and improved Siri and voice-mail will be out there waiting. At least that’s what most Apple users are expecting in the latest iOS 10.
HomeKits will make a better home companion
AppleHomeKit applications is said to be moving towards better automation. Expect your iPad or iPhone to take over when the doorbell rings, when one needs to adjust the thermostat or when somebody needs to unlock the doors. Perhaps almost anything under iOs will see amazing changes around this up-and-coming release.
A more minimalistic design underway
Instagram started it (as far as black and white interface is “a cool feature” at the moment). And now, according to what we’ve heard, Apple Music subscribers will be seeing more of muted artworks in the coming weeks. After all, Apple Music has just turned a year older. As for the changes, we have yet to wait and see them.
Geared towards better user experience
Every new update is working to bring users the best experience. Let’s see what else we can look forward to and hope for the best out of all these:
- More accurate Touch ID
- Better volume controls
- More relevant apps on the frontline
- Easier to manage Control Centre
- Newly designed Apple Music