In just over a month, Apple is expected to launch the next chapter in iPhone history. The upcoming iPhone 7 may not be a radical redesign of the iOS device fans have come to know and love, however it will bring significant upgrades. A new collection of photos and information has leaked from the supply chain, as seen on Nowhereelse.fr. The images confirm several long-held rumors about the iPhone 7.
iOS 10 was officially announced on June 13, 2016 at the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium in San Francisco, California. Apple previewed the new firmware alongside macOS Sierra, watchOS 3 and tvOS 10. The update brings a ton of new features to supported devices, including new messaging features, Siri support for third-party apps, a new Home app and more. iOS 10 also marks the end for older hardware, such as the iPhone 4s and iPad 2.
Apple hasn't announced a final release date for iOS 10, but we do know the final version will be available in the fall. The new software update will launch alongside the the iPhone 7 in September. Early reports have suggested that pre-orders for the next-generation handset will open on September 9th. If true, this means thousands of iPhone owners will be installing the new firmware to their device in a little over a month.
iOS 10 doesn't include any major bells and whistles, but it does come jammed packed with tons of new messaging features, new 3D Touch options and lots of other fun tweaks and improvements. However, with every new update there is always some feature you will not like. Luckily you can disable most of the new iOS 10 features if you find them annoying. Here's how to disable all the new features in iOS 10.
Apple introduced its Markup feature in iOS 9, allowing the user to annotate email attachments with a suite of tools including a pen to add marks and notes with, a magnifier to highlight items and a text box for adding printed text. iOS 10 brings this feature to the Photos app, allowing you to annotate your photos. Here's how to use it on your iPhone or iPad:
1. Choose a picture you want to edit in the Photos app.
2. Tap the edit button to the left of the Trash button.
iOS 10 has introduced a new 3D Touch feature that allows you to prioritize your app updates. It probably isn't something you'll use terribly often but may come in handy if you have a ton of apps to update and you want to use one of them quickly. To use the feature, tap the "Update all" in your updates section of the App Store, then head back out and go to the app you want to prioritize. Deep press on it and you will have options to prioritize the download (putting it ahead of all the other updating apps), pause or cancel it.