iOS 10 is out, with a slew of new features and bug fixes.
Apple has rolled out the update for the iPhone XS and iPhone XR as well as the new iPad Pro, which is available now.
The most exciting new feature is the new wallpaper app, which has been made available on the App Store for iOS 10, and the Apple Watch.
It has been designed to work on any iOS device, and lets users choose from a large variety of wallpapers and backgrounds.
There’s also a new notification center, and a new icon set that brings a few of the best features to the watch.
While we’ll be looking at the iOS 10 update on its own, we thought it would be good to give you a brief overview of the major changes to iOS 10 to get you started.
Apple has improved its support for the Apple TV, giving you a new, easier way to watch live TV.
You can now see more of the information you need to make the best decision on your TV, whether it’s what to watch or when to watch it.
You can also see the latest weather data, and even see your favorite TV shows.
Other iOS 10 features include the ability to view your iCloud Drive and Photos from the Apple Music app, the ability for Apple to automatically connect you to iCloud Drive to stream content, and Siri integration.
You’ll also be able to turn on and off Spotlight, a new feature in the Spotlight app, to see things that you don’t often see.
You may also want to keep an eye on Apple’s new emoji list, which now includes more than 1,000 new and updated characters.