Since 3D Touch made its debut on the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, app developers have scrambled to include 3D Touch gestures into their software. Apple continues to add 3D Touch functionality across iOS, improving the shortcut menus available and making the feature more useful overall. The launch of iOS 10 is no different, with 3D Touch gaining several key features in the latest update.
Apple's recently announced iOS 10 and MacOS Sierra will likely launch this fall around the time that the iPhone 7 debuts, but both will be available for public beta testing at some point in July. As you know, early versions of any OS are often riddled with bugs that need to be weeded out before the initial launch. Apple's Beta Software Program gives you the opportunity to be involved in the process of discovering and reporting bugs.
No. Slide to unlock has been replaced with "Press home to unlock" in iOS 10.
Pressing the home button will immediately unlock the iPhone if Touch ID is configured. If passcode lock is enabled, the passcode entry keypad will appear instead. The passcode lock keypad will also appear on older devices not equipped with Touch ID.
To quickly open the camera from the iOS lock screen, swipe left.
The camera button was located in the lower right corner of the iOS 9 lock screen. With the release of iOS 10, this has been replaced with a left swipe on the lock screen. This gesture will instantly reveal the Camera app viewfinder.
Raise to Wake requires the M9 motion coprocessor to function. Devices without the M9 are not capable of Raise to Wake.
The M9 can be found in the iPhone SE, iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus and later.
Raise to Wake is a feature introduced in iOS 10. Instead of tapping the home button or power button to view the lock screen, users can simply lift up the iPhone.