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iOS 10

iOS 10 Review

A week with iOS 10: It’s fantastic, and I’m bored

June 20th, 2016

Heading into WWDC 2016 last week, I was excited. In fact, this was the first Apple event in years that genuinely had me excited. As I explained to my colleague Yoni Heisler, the WWDC 2016 keynote marked the first time in a very long time that there was real mystery heading into an Apple event. Nearly all of …

16GB iPhone 6s iOS 10

iOS 10 will make 16GB iPhones great again

June 17th, 2016

Apple might ditch the 16GB storage tier in the upcoming iPhone 7, but there are plenty of current iPhone users that have to deal with just 16GB of onboard memory. There are plenty of solutions for optimizing storage on devices with limited memory, including moving data to the cloud, buying external storage solutions like this great …

How To Downgrade From iOS 10

How to ditch iOS 10 and downgrade back to iOS 9

June 17th, 2016

Apple on Monday released iOS 10 beta 1, allowing anyone with access to a developer account (or without a developer account, if you follow these instructions) to try out the brand new features. While iOS 10 might be the biggest iOS update we’ve seen in years, beta releases aren’t always stable. Moreover, the first beta release …

iOS 10 Features Tricks Tips

Hands-on video shows 75 new iOS 10 features you need to see

June 17th, 2016

Whether you’re an iOS veteran or you’ve just discovered the iPhone an iPad, moving to iOS 10 will require a bit of learning. The software update is massive, containing a slew of important improvements – Siri, iMessages, Apple Maps, and AI features come to mind – but plenty of smaller changes and tricks that will …

iOS 10 Dark Mode

How excited would you be if your iPhone looked like this?

June 17th, 2016

On Thursday we shared some great news that made Apple fans around the world giddy with anticipation. Dark Mode, the most sought-after iOS feature following rumors ahead of WWDC 2016, was found hiding in iOS 10. Developers always snoop around the code in new iOS beta releases in search of clues that might reveal unannounced …

iOS 10 Default iPhone Apps

Why it doesn’t actually matter that Apple’s iOS apps can’t be deleted

June 16th, 2016

For a moment there, it seemed like one of the coolest iOS 10 features was going to be the ability to delete stock Apple apps from the home screen. Apple kept the feature a secret during the keynote, but early adopters quickly discovered the functionality. Apple then explained that you’re not actually deleting much from the phone. …

iOS 10 Features Apple Stole

9 new iOS 10 features Apple ‘stole’ from third-party apps

June 16th, 2016

iOS 10 is one of Apple’s most important software updates in recent years. There are many new features under the hood, with iMessages, Siri and Apple Maps standing out. But Apple also brought plenty of new tricks to its mobile OS, including features some people will immediately call out as being “stolen” from Android – here’s a …

iOS 10 Features

Video shows us 50 new features that are hidden in iOS 10

June 16th, 2016

Apple’s first iOS 10 beta is surprisingly stable but that still doesn’t mean non-developers should install it. While it’s possible (and easy) to install the new iOS 10 beta without a developer account, the company now has a public beta program that lets anyone test beta software for free. Of course, a beta this early …

iOS 10 Beta Download

iOS 10’s hottest missing feature was just found hiding in beta 1

June 16th, 2016

Apple’s big WWDC 2016 keynote was packed full of announcements from start to finish. The company didn’t unveil a single piece of new hardware on Monday, but all the new software features in iOS 10 and macOS Sierra were more than enough to keep fans busy in the days that followed. Of course, two hours …

iOS 10 Review Features Images

The ultimate guide to everything new in iOS 10

June 15th, 2016

Apple on Monday took the wraps of iOS 10, its most important iPhone software update in years. The company only had time to talk about 10 major new features on stage during the keynote (though execs did mention a few other clever new iOS tricks at the event) but there are plenty of hidden treasures inside iOS …