Apple introduced iOS 10
Along side with the MacOS, Apple also introduced the next version of iOS.
- Notifications: View photos and videos or respond to a message right in your notifications.
- Raise to wake up: Simply pick up your iPhone to wake it up. Your notifications will be there waiting for you.
- Animations: Change the way your message bubbles look. Say it proud. Say it loud. Or whisper it.
- Write it yourself: Send a message in your own handwriting. Your friends will see it animate, just as ink flows on paper.
- Let’s celebrate: Say things like “Happy Birthday!” or “Congratulations!” with animations that take over the entire screen.
- Tap back: Just tap to send one of six quick responses that let people know what you’re thinking.
- Add a personal touch: Send fireballs, heartbeats, sketches, and more. You can even draw over videos.
- Stickers: Slap them on top of bubbles, dress up a photo, or even put one on another sticker. Available in the new App Store for iMessage.
- Tap to replace emojis: Swap out words with emoji — all with a simple touch. That’s something to smile about.
- iMessage Apps: Easily access your favorite apps to create and share content, make payments, and more, without leaving Messages.
- Maps. Now taking reservations: Book a table through apps like OpenTable, and a ride with Uber — all within Maps.
- Search along your route: See what’s around the corner and easily find the closest places for gas, food, or coffee. Maps even tells you how much extra time it will take to arrive.
Siri now works with apps from the App Store, so you can ask it to book a ride through Lyft, or send money to someone with Square.
Home Smart Home
The new Home app lets you turn on lights, unlock doors, and even raise your window shades — all at once if you like.