Apple previews iOS 10

Enterprise Innovation editors
Enterprise Innovation

Apple has previewed iOS 10, which the company is billing as be “the biggest release” ever of the mobile operating system.

iOS 10 introduces the ability for Siri to do more by working with both internal apps as well as those from third parties.

The update also includes redesigned Maps, Photos, Apple Music and News apps, and the Home app, promising to deliver a simple and secure way to manage home automation products in one place.

“iOS 10 is our biggest release ever, with delightful new ways to express yourself in Messages, a native app for Home automation and beautifully redesigned apps for Music, Maps, and News that are more intuitive and more powerful, making everything you love about your iPhone and iPad even better,” said Craig Federighi, Apple’s SVP of software wngineering.

“iOS 10 adds Siri intelligence into QuickType and Photos, automates your home with the new Home app and opens up Siri, Maps, Phone and Messages to developers — while increasing security and privacy with powerful technologies like Differential Privacy.”

The update also includes updates to Messages, the most frequently used iOS app, introducing animated and personalized ways to message friends and family.

Automatic suggestions make it easy to replace words with emoji, Tapback creates a quick and simple way to respond with just a tap and rich links lets the user see content inline and play media without leaving the conversation.

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