iOS 10 features make your iPhone and iPad dramatically different, and iOS 10.1 introduces Portrait Mode for iphone 7 plus.
Here’s what’s new
Apple’s iOS 10 and iOS 10.1 updates for your iPhone and iPad live up to the milestone software version number, with major changes to your daily phone and tablet routine.
You won’t recognize portions of the interface; that’s different things are. But don’t worry, almost all of the new iOS 10 features are for the best – and absolutely free to download today.
iOS 10 launched
alongside watch for the Apply watch in September and just before macOS for MAc book pro 2016 in October, after they all made their big debut at WWDC 2016 in June.
We’ve been playing with the new iPhone and iPad software since the iOS 10 beta stage and are still discovering new features with iOS 10.1.
You’ll need time to wrap your head around the new functionality of this mobile operating system, so we went ahead of broke it down for you. Here’s what we’ve learned about iOS 10 and iOS 10.1.
- iOS 10.1 is now available to download today
- It features Portrait Mode photos on iPhone 7 Plus
- It also adds message replay functions and fixes bugs
Skip iOS 10 and head straight to the iOS 10.1 upgrade in the General > Software Update menu to really change up your iPhone and iPad.
Although Apple launches iOS 10 right on the nose on Tuesday, September 13 at 10am Pacific, it returned with another set of tweaks just 41 days later.