Please yourselves, Apple lovers! iOS 10 is now available to download in its beta version, without having to spend 99 bucks a year for a developer account.

Let’s get to it: Apple’s public beta program is out there (we know as well that there’s a bunch of peeps that still would pay those $99 just to brag about having iOS 10), for all those who want to try out this new op-system before it gets finally released in fall 2016.

This beta version (for developers) of iOS 10 lets developers take advantage of all new APIs, while the main public beta is all about ironing out bugs.

As any beta version, if you install iOS 10 you may get your devices crashing. Make sure you backup first on iCloud on iTunes, and in any case, don’t install iOS 10 beta on your ‘primary device’, or you’ll get some headaches all around.

So… what’s so nice about iOS 10?

In the new software’s properties, iOS 10 features a long and massive update between SIRI and third-party integrations.

Another new (and fancy) thing in here is that the lock screen has been completely redesigned with rich notifications that can display mall widgets in-screen and a huge Photos app update.

This overhaul also integrates new updates with face recognition, deep learning categorization and intelligent photo albums.

Other apps being revamped are Maps, Music, HomeKit and Phone, as well as Messages (this last one introduces emojify features, message effects, slack-like feedback, rich link previews and third party extensions).

Hey, Hi, Hello!

No, it’s not Adele’s introduction to its “Hello Single”; Apple is introducing iOS 10 with a new video campaign, named “Hey, Hi, Hello!“:

As you can infer it, Apple’s main goal is to communicate that its new mobile op-system is just the one when it refers to dialogue and communication between users.

From IM to emojis, from map displaying to Uber placement, iOS tenth mobile delivery tries to promote itself as a new milestone in user-to-user communication.

So what do you think? Are you just burning out to get yourself with a ‘copy’ of iOS “X”? Or you’re just going to wait, like many other people? Please comment and share, fellas!


Short story about iOS:

iOS (originally iPhone OS) is a mobile operating system created and developed by Apple Inc. and distributed exclusively for Apple hardware. It is the operating system that presently powers many of the company’s mobile devices, including the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.

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