Following yesterday’s release of the fourth developer build, Apple has begun rolling out the third beta of iOS 10 to public beta testers who are hungry for a taste of the iOS 10 action. This comes two weeks after the second public iteration of the future update for iDevices was released.
iOS 10 is set to bring plenty of changes to Apple’s lineup of devices, including 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.
Already found in this build of iOS 10 are redesigned emojis, faster folder open times, a new Control Center splash page, and more.
If you are interested in installing the iOS 10 public beta on your device, follow the instructions listed in our previous post.
We’ll update this post if we obtain any additional information about iOS 10 public beta 3.
You can learn more about iOS 10 here.
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