Apple released iOS 10 alongside with watchOS 3 and tvOS 10
Apple iOS 10, an operating system which changes the way you use your Apple devices, is out and can be downloaded from the settings. Alongside with iOS 10, Apple also released watchOS 3 and tvOS 10 which, by the way, does not have huge changes but few minor improvements.
If you have iPhone 5 or a newer model; iPad Mini 2 or higher, iPad 4 or higher and lastly, sixth generation iPod Touch, you can update your device either from the settings or by connecting your device to your computer.
When you upgrade your device, you will see a completely new lock screen. Then, try to swipe from left to right. You device will not be unlocked as the previous versions. Instead, you will see a new screen dedicated for the widgets. When you swipe from right to left though, you will see camera. However, if you want to unlock your iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch, you can only do it by using the physical home button. You will either scan your finger to the TouchID or just click to the home button.
Notifications are also different. When you are on lock screen, you are no longer required to unlock your device to reply to the notification.
Other change is the new iMessage app. Now, it allows you to draw stuff, send animated messages and even download iMessage apps.
One thing that is worth mentioning is that some users reported that while upgrading to iOS 10, their devices were bricked. Even though it is solved as of now, if your device is bricked after all, you need to connect it to iTunes and then, wipe reset it.
Anyway, it was also a big day for Apple Watch and TV users. Apple Watch is now running on watchOS 3 and Apple TV on tvOS 10.
With watchOS 3, most of the changes are systematic with the purpose of making the device faster but there is a new feature after all. It allows you to unlock your Mac with your Apple Watch without writing your password.
With the tvOS 10 though, we have a new Dark Mode and more powerful Siri.