Wednesday, May 4, 2016

iOS 10: Everything We Know

The next update to Apple's mobile operating system, iOS 10, is already in the works at Apple's headquarters in Cupertino. We don't know much about iOS 10 yet, but it could potentially include design changes and refinements as there hasn't been a significant update to the look of iOS since iOS 7 was introduced in 2013.

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iOS 7 introduced a new design, iOS 8 introduced new features like Continuity, Apple Pay, and new app abilities like extensions, and iOS 9 included deeper Siri integration, improved search capabilities, iPad split-screen multitasking, and a range of under-the-hood optimizations to improve battery life and performance.

iOS 10 is expected to include a redesigned Apple Music app with a more intuitive user interface. The app is said to feature a "bolder, yet simpler" design that puts an emphasis on black and white backgrounds and text and more of a focus on album art. The "New" tab in Apple Music is being replaced with a "Browse" option with better organizational tools for finding new content, and Apple will encourage users to use a simplified "For You" section.

Connect, Apple Music's artist-focused social network, will remain unchanged, as will Beats 1 Radio. New 3D Touch shortcut previews will be added, Apple will make sharing features more obvious, and a feature allowing listeners to easily access song lyrics will be added.

Apple is working to bring Apple Pay support to web browsers, and the new feature, which will allow Apple Pay users to make purchases in online stores using the payments service, may be introduced as part of iOS 10.

Apple is also expected to make improvements to the Photos app, introducing some abilities that were initially found in iPhoto before it was discontinued. We don't know exactly what features will be added to the Photos app, but iPhoto 2.0.1 included tools for editing EXIF information and touch-based brushes for adjusting brightness and other parameters on only specific parts of a photo.

Improvements to the Photos app line up with rumors surrounding the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, which are expected to include camera improvements. The iPhone 7 Plus in particular may gain a dual-lens camera, which will require significant software updates.

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