Apple has released the 7th beta of iOS 10 to its registered developers and 6th to public beta testers. The final version will be released in September.
The beta 7 involves bug fixes and improvement as mentioned by Apple on the releases note. The company has not added any new feature, it is obvious as iOS 10 is scheduled to be released this autumn.
Rumors have it that iOS 10 will be released in less than a month along with iPhone 7 Apple releases new operating with the latest operating system preinstalled. The company is going to host a special event in September and will most probably release iOS 10 and iPhone 7 during that event. According to ITPro, this event will take place on September 13.
The latest iOS 10 is expected be most secure and stable mobile operating system developed by Apple. Recently, Apple released a patch for iOS 9.3.3 to fix the security issues. Apple fixed the flaws that let hackers to jailbreak iOS 9.3.3. It is believed that the company will make iOS 10 jailbreak proof or at least will make it more difficult for hackers to bypass iOS 10.
Apple?s new OS of mobile devices will bring a handful of new features including an improved Siri, Apple Mail, Interactive notifications with real-time updates and redesigned lock screen. Just like Google?s Android Nougat, direct reply in notification option will be there in iOS 10. The new operating system will also bring an improvement to 3D-Touch functionality.
Moreover, iOS 10 will bring 100 new emojis. It will enable Apple devices to use a stylus or even fingers to handwrite messages and send them to friends.
The new mobile OS will be compatible with iPhone 5 or later, iPad Mini or later, iPad fourth generation, iPad Air and iPad Air 2, iPad Pro and iPad Touch 6th generation.
Meanwhile, Google is gearing up for the release of Android 7.0 Nougat. It will bring more revolutionary feature than iOS 10. Both operating systems will bring night mode for battery saver. However, features like Doze and multi-windows make Android Nougat much better than Apple’s OS for mobiles
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