The second beta of the upcoming iOS 10 has been released to registered developers and they can install it on their iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices. The update brings many performance improvements and new features and below we’ll tell you about the major changes that you’ll notice in iOS 10 beta 2.
Health App Has An Organ Donation Option
Save a life, donate your organs to those who need them, if doctors can’t save you. Or simply donate tissue to those with burns and make people beautiful again. Become a hero through the iOS 10 Health app, where you will register and send your information to Donate Life America.
Low Quality Image Mode Toggle
In Messages app you will see a new “Low Quality Image Mode” toggle which if it’s turned on, it will decrease pic size and quality, in order to save data consumption when sending them via this application.
iMessage App Store
Apple has finally introduced an iMessage App Store and users are able to download iMessage apps such as Classic Mac, Hearts, Hands, as well as Smileys sticker packs.
This app allows more iOS 10 beta testers to send feedback to Apple for review.
Widgets Can Be Accessed In Today View of Notification Center
You will have quick access to the Today View widgets by swiping down from the home screen.
Show Parked Location Setting For Maps
Maps app has a new dedicated toggle for “Show Parked Location” which, when it’s turned on, it shows a location on the map, when iOS determines that a car has been parked and if the system is able to physically determine the location from the phone.
Mail Has A New Filter Icon
You have the ability to filter mail messages in Mail app via the newly designed icon that can be found in the bottom left-hand corner of the toolbar.
New Icons For 3D Touch Quick Actions
3D Touch Quick Actions have new icons for flashlight and time and the flashlight shortcuts have been renamed to Low Light/Medium Light/Bright Light.
“Unlocked” Text Animation In Status Bar
When the device is unlocked from the Lock Screen, you can see a new animated “Unlocked” text appearing in the status bar right.
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