- 1 Download and Install iOS 10, Does it Support iPhone 4S, iPod Touch 5G, iPad too
- 1.1 As for iOS 10? Here’s what we know about it so far: iOS 10 release date, news and features
- 1.2 iOS 10: Preview and release dates
- 1.3 iOS 10 new feature: Hide default apps
- 1.4 iOS 10 new feature: ‘Home’ HomeKit app
- 1.5 iOS 10 new feature: new ‘Rootless’ security system
- 1.6 iOS 10 new feature: iCloud Voicemail
- 1.7 iOS 10 new feature: Contact availability status
Download and Install iOS 10, Does it Support iPhone 4S, iPod Touch 5G, iPad too
iOS 10 is announced and got the first beta for developers. With the new beta, iPhone 4S users are getting worry about support of this new firmware because they’re in the last row of supported device this time.
iOS 10 has new design and Apple has tried to include many new things so there is better chance to see jailbreak as well. Don’t worry, you won’t stuck on iOS 9.3.3 just like iOS 6.1.6 last time. Yeah, it would be lucky feeling if you loss the support of iOS 10 if you’re on iPhone 4S or iPod Touch 5th generation at stage where Apple remove these device from the supported device list.
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Anyway, you can try iOS 10 instantly to enjoy plenty of new features and designed on your iPhone from developer center. And for the first time, I’m also excited to try iOS 10 on iPhone 7.
As for iOS 10? Here’s what we know about it so far: iOS 10 release date, news and features
iOS 10: Preview and release dates
It’s almost certain iOS 10 will be previewed on June 13, 2016. Why? Because that’s the date this year’s Worldwide Developers Conference kicks off. Like clockwork every year Apple has previewed the new version of iOS during the keynote of each WWDC.
Developers can expect to get their hands on the first beta of iOS 10 on June 13th. As for consumers: usually they need to wait until mid-September when development has wrapped up completely, but last year Apple started making public betas available to brave iOS device owners. Will they do that this year? Probably—and if so, expect to get access to the first public beta near the end of June.
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iOS 10 new feature: Hide default apps
There’s not a lot that has leaked out about the features of iOS 10 yet, but one possible new feature is the long-requested ability to hide default apps. This news comes to us from AppAdvice, which found clue in the code of the latest iOS 9 beta that Apple is working on allowing users to hide default apps (like Mail or Stocks) in an upcoming iOS update. If this is true, people are gonna go crazy with joy as the ability to hide default apps is one of the most requested features ever.
iOS 10 new feature: ‘Home’ HomeKit app
Just as Apple debuted a Health app to centralize information from HealthKit apps, iOS 10 is rumored to finally include a “Home” app that will centralize data and command control of HomeKit-enabled devices, according to MacWorld. It makes sense that Apple would debut a Home app since developers have been making diverse third-party HomeKit-compatible apps for a while now. Supposedly the app will organize your HomeKit devices by virtual rooms and allow you to control devices based on the room you are physically in.
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iOS 10 new feature: new ‘Rootless’ security system
Another possible new feature comes to us from Redmond Pie that says Apple is working on a new security system called “Rootless” that will make jailbreaking almost impossible. The site says the Rootless system “is aimed at preventing even administrator-level users from gaining access to certain file systems on an iPhone, iPad or Mac – though it’s believed that it can be disabled on the company’s desktop OS… Apple has been plugging holes in iOS for years, holes that jailbreakers have historically used to gain access to parts of the system that they would normally not be able to interact with. It’s this opening up of iOS at a fundamental level that is likely to be thwarted by Apple’s ‘Rootless’ technology, leaving jailbreakers very much at the beginning of what could be a long and difficult journey.”
iOS 10 new feature: iCloud Voicemail
This new feature comes to us from Business Insider who says Apple is working on a service that will allow Siri to transcribe voicemail messages you receive and then send you a text with the transcribed message. As BI says: “Apple’s proposed solution is both incredibly simple and incredibly clever: People like to leave voicemails (it’s often quicker to orally deliver your information than it is to type it in a text message). But they don’t like to receive voicemails (it’s a lot quicker to read a text than it is to listen to the person talking to you). The new product will also bridge a generation gap: Older users like voicemails. Young people do not…Multiple Apple employees are testing iCloud Voicemail. Business Insider understands that the service is scheduled to be released in 2016 if it works reliably enough, presumably with the iOS 10 mobile operating system.”
iOS 10 new feature: Contact availability status
A patent reveals iOS 10 might be able to show us when our friends are available and when they are away. As MacWorld notes, the patent could be “summarised as a system that detects where your friends are, and whether they’re available and the operating status of their iPhone (such as silent or Airplane mode), and presents that information in the Contacts app. If you’re thinking that has the whiff of surveillance about it – well, it does, but only to the same extent as Find My Friends, and it would presumably be optional for both parties.”
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This method involves the installation of a verified Apple Configuration Profile that triggers an OTA Update to the beta firmware. As is the wise thing to do before any and all beta build installations, backup your device to iCloud or iTunes before starting. I can’t stress this enough. Make sure you have secured your data in case something goes wrong or you decide to go for a fresh restore later on. Also, you might want to check if your device is compatible with iOS 10.
iOS 10 supported devices compatibility list: (official)
iPhone 6s Plus
iPhone 6 Plus
iPad Pro 9.7
iPad Pro 12.9
iPad Air 2
iPad Mini 4
iPad Mini 3
iPad Mini 2
iPod Touch 6 Gen
This is what you need to do.
Step 1: On your iOS device, launch Safari, and open this link: iOS_10_beta_Configuration_Profile.mobileconfig
Step 2: Download the profile to your device by tapping the Download Now button.
Step 3: If asked “on which device would you like to install this profile?” select iPhone.
Step 4: In the screen that follows, hit Install. After the profile is installed, your device will be rebooted.
Step 5: Once your device is done rebooting, launch the Settings app, navigate to General > Software Update and you should find the iOS 10 Developer Beta OTA update waiting for you there.
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Step 6: Hit Download and Install, sit back and relax. Once your device is done updating, it should reboot into the first beta of iOS 10. Test away!
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