At 
WWDC 2016, Apple has officially announced and released iOS 10 beta with
a built number 14A5261v to developers for download. iOS 10 will be available
for public betas in July at beta.apple.com and to
be released in this fall.

At  WWDC 2016, Apple has officially announced and released iOS 10 beta with a built number 14A5261v to developers for download. iOS 10 will be available for public betas in July at beta.apple.com and to be released in this fall.

iOS 10 features a huge update to
Messages that delivers more expressive and animated ways to message friends and
family, like stickers and full-screen effects. iOS 10 also introduces the
ability for Siri to do more by working with apps, redesigned Maps, Photos,
Apple Music and News apps, and the Home app, a way to manage home automation
products in one place.

“iOS 10 is our biggest release ever, with delightful new ways to express
yourself in Messages, a native app for Home automation, and beautifully
redesigned apps for Music, Maps, and News that are more intuitive and more
powerful, making everything you love about your iPhone and iPad even better,”
said Craig Federighi, Apple’s senior vice president of Software Engineering.
“iOS 10 adds Siri intelligence into QuickType and Photos, automates your home
with the new Home app and opens up Siri, Maps, Phone and Messages to developers
– while increasing security and privacy with powerful technologies like
Differential Privacy.”

What’s a new feature in iOS 10:
  • Redesigned Lock Screen and Control
    Center
  • Siri gets much smarter and gaining access to third-party applications with
    a brand new SDK for developers and brings new QuickType features, including
    contextual predictions to surface relevant information based on location,
    calendar availability or contacts; and predictive typing supports multiple
    languages without switching keyboards.
  • QuickType Keyboard is the stock board
    for iOS users, and it has seen a laundry list of improvements and tweaks in iOS
    10
  • Photos app gets smarter with better
    recognition for not only faces, but also places, scenes, and objects.
  • Apple Maps app gets even better with a
    dynamic view, which will zoom in when you’re nearing turns and zoom out when
    you’re on a long straightaway
  • Apple Music has an all-new design,
    bringing greater clarity and simplicity to every aspect of the experience. It
    uses a new design language that allows the music to become the hero and a new
    structure that makes it easy to navigate and discover new music
  • Apple News now offers subscriptions for
    content, and there are push notifications for breaking stories
  • iOS Experience in iOS 10 is easier and
    quicker than ever. Raise to Wake automatically wakes the screen as you raise
    your iPhone, making it easier to view all your notifications at a glance, right
    from the Lock screen.
  • HomeKit will bring together all of your
    HomeKit-enabled smart home accessories, from the garage door, the front door,
    thermostats, lights, and more
  • Phone adds integration for third-party VoIP calls, voicemail transcription and
    a new caller ID extension for spam alerts.
  • Built-in app updates include Safari split-view for iPad, Notes collaboration
    and Live Photos™ editing.
  • Apple Pay can now be used to make easy, secure and private purchases on
    participating websites using Safari, in addition to paying in-stores and within
    apps.
  • Bedtime Alarm in the Clock app lets you set a regular sleep schedule and
    receive bedtime reminders.
  • Message in iOS 10 brings major changes
    and updates with bigger emoji, the ability to swap out words for their emoji
    counterparts, and even full-screen animations that brighten up a conversation.
  • Privacy in iOS 10 has more security. iMessage,
    FaceTime and HomeKit use end-to-end encryption to protect your data by making
    it unreadable by Apple and others
At  WWDC 2016, Apple has officially announced and released iOS 10 beta with a built number 14A5261v to developers for download. iOS 10 will be available for public betas in July at beta.apple.com and to be released in this fall.

Here’s the list of supported devices:

iPad 4th gen iPad Air iPad Air 2 iPad
Pro iPad mini 2 iPad mini 3 iPad mini 4 iPod touch 6th gen iPhone 5 iPhone 5c
iPhone 5s iPhone SE iPhone 6 iPhone 6 Plus iPhone 6s iPhone 6s Plus
Watch a video demonstration of iOS 10;
You can download and install the iOS 10
developer beta from right here.
So what say about iOS 10 and its
features?