iOS 11 was a pretty big change to Apple‘s operating system. It brought about a whole bunch of new features for iPhone including a redesigned Control Centre, a new image file format, and a new Lock Screen. Then there’s also the fact that it completely changes the way you can use an iPad, transforming it from just your average tablet into something so much more.
With all that, you’d think users would be super eager to jump on board. You’d think that adoption rates would be through the roof because everyone wants to get a slice of those new features right?
Wrong. As it turns out, iOS 11’s adoption rate is even slower than iOS 10’s was.
Before the iPhone 7 goes on sale globally this Friday, the latest iOS 10 is rolling out now to existing devices. This is their largest update yet with a new lock screen with quick camera launch, improved Force Touch functionality and revamped native apps.
iOS 10‘s beta recently rolled out for the public to get a good feel of what they can expect for the upcoming iOS experience. Many jumped on board and are slowly discovering more and more nifty features as time goes on. This newest feature might just save your iPhone from something nasty.
During WWDC 2016, Apple dropped iOS 10. It was a massive overhaul with plenty of new features, quality-of-life improvements and some neat visual updates. If you’ve been holding your breath for this new version of iOS to hit your device, you may breathe a sigh of relief as Apple has made the public beta version of iOS 10 available for the public to download.
Before Apple reveals the next iPhone, the Cupertino giant has announced its latest software update with iOS 10. According to Apple, this is the biggest update yet and we are running down the top 10 new changes that are coming to your iPhone.