iOS 10.1 Issues, Bugs, Features: What To Know Before Installing The Operating System
Apple has started rolling out its latest iOS 10.1 beta build to public beta testers ahead of the much awaited final release. The new beta release is expected to clean up more bugs which were there in the first beta release of iOS 10.1.Advertisement
According to MacRumors, public beta testers can now download the second iOS beta release over the air starting on Wednesday.
For the iOS device owners who are interested in joining this beta program, they can do it through the official site. But they should know that the beta versions are typically unstable and may contain bugs so it is advised to have a secondary device to install the beta versions.
There is no confirmed date yet for the new iOS 10.1 release, but it is much anticipated by most iPhone owners. It is going to bring the portrait mode which is much talked about and stimulates the bokeh effect to the iPhone 7 Plus. With this mode, users won’t need DSLR cameras just to get the bokeh effect. It separates the person from the background which also gives a narrow “field of focus”.
According to IB Times, Apple promised during its Sept. 7 event to introduce this advanced feature for photography to the phablet via a major software updated which can release this fall.
Besides the new Portrait mode, Apple’s iOS 10.1 release will bring many interface tweaks, improvements done on certain apps and features. The new release is also expected to fix some important bugs and other maintenance issues in the OS.
According to Apple Insider, Apple has not said yet when the iOS 10.1 might finish but it is estimated that the software might be ready by the end of this October. Well , there is lot to expect in this new iOS release. Will it bring a change for the better among iPhone 7 plus users?
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