Apple iOS 10: Final version started to rollout to users
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Take a look on your iPhone or iPad: chances are, you may already upgrade to Apple's latest mobile OS version iOS 10, if you own an iPhone 5 or higher or an iPad 4/iPad mini 2 or higher. If you cannot yet see the upgrade as an over-the-air (OTA) update yet, check for a new version in iTunes. Apple has started rollout of the final version to its user-base all over the world a few hours ago after testing it for nearly three months. The beta was also accessible to the public. In addition to iOS 10, Apple is also rolling out watchOS 3 today, which mainly improves speed and efficiency of the Apple Watch.
iOS 10 is being touted by Apple as the biggest iOS upgrade of all times and indeed, Apple did introduce an awful lot of changes and improvements compared to iOS 9. The lock screen was completely redesigned and now unlocks by tapping on the home button. Slide-to-unlock is history, swiping will now reveal either widgets or the camera, depending on which way you swipe. Apart from the redesigned lock screen, Apple made key changes to at least ten major areas of iOS, including but not limited to Siri, Homekit, iMessage, Photos and of course, Apple Music, which was completely redesigned and will now be way more accessible and user friendly.
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