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The latest and third beta for iOS 10 has received many good reviews for making Apple devices far more easy to use than ever before. Here is an overview of the changes that come with this update for iOS, macOS, tvOS and watchOS.



One of the highly praised changes is the one related to the haptic locking feedback. The purpose of this feature is to let the user know that the phone has been locked and is secured. According to CultofMac, however, that particular signal is sometimes mistaken by some users as a new notification from the device.

Another change is related to the iCloud Drive which now contains more files than before and they come from different sources. The third iOS 3 beta allows users to store any file, whether downloaded from Safari or from their email, on the iCloud.

If you’re a Pokemon Go player, some of the update changes might affect the game. For example, you can now play the game with the iPhone cameras in AR mode, but the problem is that it will slow down the process of catching a Pokemon. If you don’t want that to happen, just toggle off the beta version and keep on playing.

In terms of unlocking the device there’s another awesome feature that the third iOS 10 beta has which allows you to choose if you want to use the Touch ID for unlocking devices. You can turn it on and off at will and you can find that option in the Accessibility panel.

Finally, the beta also features a new Health app that will allow enable Apple to send users health advice and activity plans. Of course, if you find this annoying or you just don’t like it, you can easily turn it off or on according to your preferences.

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