Developers Now Receiving iOS 10 Beta 4

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Apple has begun seeding developers with the fourth beta of iOS 10. This comes two weeks after the third beta of the upcoming software update for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch was released to the same party.

As of now, only slight tweaks have been found to be present. 9to5Mac has conducted a list of these changes on their website. We’ve included their list for reference below.

  • New Control Center splash page
  • No new wallpapers (yet) but several removed + iOS 8 stock wallpaper returns
  • Health app videos are still placeholder images (tweaked colors and layout)
  • Folder animations are sped up
  • 🚨🚨🚨Redesigned emoji characters with more diversity🚨🚨🚨
  • Taptic Engine vibration when manually locking phone is gone
  • Date section widget returns to iOS 10

As 9to5Mac uncovers more about beta 4 of iOS 10, follow their post right here.

Already found in previous builds of iOS 10 is a new lock screen UI complete with a dedicated widgets panel, an all new Messages app, lots of improveemtns to Photos such as facial recognition and Memories for you to revisit past events, a Siri SDK alongside some slight tweaks to the personal assistant, an updated Maps app, an overhaul News and Apple Music app alongside the addition of lyrics in the latter, an official Home app to control smart home devices enabled with HomeKit integration, a much improved Phone app, universal clipboard, and much more.

If anything else notable we feel you need to know is discovered in the latest build of iOS 10, we’ll let you know.

To install beta 4 of iOS 10, head over to Settings > General > Software Update on your registered iOS device and tap “Download” when you see the option to install the latest build. You’ll then need to sit and wait for the update to install on your device, however that should be a relative quick process as the appears to be only around 456MB in size.

You can learn more about iOS 10 here.


Via: 9to5Mac




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