Apple is expected to introduce the new version of iOS at WWDC 2016. The rumored launching will happen on June 13 in San Francisco. It is reported that the beta version of iOS 10 will be offered to developers after it is introduced. Now, here's the latest roundup of update about iOS 10 rumors, features, and release date.
iOS 10 is set to be unveiled at Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) this year. According to Independent, WWDC 2016's official date and venue are already confirmed. We also previously reported what to expect on the said event.
The conference will showcase the new features of the upcoming iOS. Apple will reveal its big announcement at the beginning of the conference. After that, the rest of the event will be made up of talks for developers.
Furthermore, the new version of Apple Music will be released as part of iOS 10. In a 9to5Mac report, the updated version of Apple Music has been in the product development of the company since December last year. The Cupertino-based tech giant is set to reveal the revamped Apple Music in this year's WWDC. The upcoming version of Apple Music will feature enhanced user-interface, new functions, and simplification as well as the reorganization of existing features. It will also ditch the current translucent and colorful look into a simpler design that accentuates black and white backgrounds. The new interface is also said to make use of 3D Touch shortcut, and it will encourage users to share songs. There's also a wide-ranging support of for the lyrics of songs. Additionally, the album art will be larger.
Nearly a year after the release of the Apple Music, its improved features will surely make Apple users excited.
As for other components of iOS 10, it is rumored that it might include a new iCloud Voicemail System that relies on Siri. According to a Gotta Be Mobile report, Apple is reportedly testing this feature for potential inclusion in the new iOS. The feature can help to answer calls and transcribe voicemail messages through a voicemail service.
In the last year's WWDC event, Apple CEO Tim Cook talked about iOS 9, OS X El Capitan, WatchOS 2, a Siri update and several enhancements in Apple Maps and News.
We expect that Apple will reveal more details about iOS 10 in the next weeks to come. Stay tuned with us for more information.