Looking for the Define option in the pop up menu after highlighting text? iOS 10 features a replacement for the dictionary definition option. Instead of Define, tap Look Up.
As usual Apple didn't have time to announce all of the features coming to the iPhone and iPad in iOS 10, but thanks to the recently launched developer's beta we now know what to expect from the next-generation operating system. Here's a quick look at 5 iOS 10 features Apple didn't announce during its WWDC keynote.
iOS 10 seems more like a secondary update than a major new OS that will help rollout Apple's flagship iPhone 7 this fall. Instead of innovative new features, iOS 10 brings fun messaging gimmicks, a do over for Apple Music and a better way to search your phone for photos. Today we are going to quickly highlight 5 of the new messaging features that will be coming to your iOS device later this year.
Apple introduced the ability to remove stock apps that are pre-installed on your iOS device with the launch of iOS 10. This means iPhone and iPad users can remove built-in apps such as Maps, Calculator, Music, Videos and more. Users who have removed a stock iOS app can reinstall it by downloading it from the Apple App Store.
Apple has finally made one of the most requested user features a reality. iPhone and iPad users who install iOS 10 will be able to remove most built-in Apple apps on their device. This means you will no longer have to stare at or hide pre-installed apps you never use, such as iBooks and Stocks. You still won't be able to remove the App Store app, Camera app, Activity app, Wallet, Find My iPhone, Health app, Messages and Safari, but you can remove anything else from your Home screen. Apple has also killed off the dreaded Game Center app in its most recent beta. Here's a list of apps you can remove from your Home screen in iOS 10: