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Tuesday, 11 October 2016

Apple released the third beta of IOS 10.1 for developers

On this day, Apple has released the third beta of iOS 10 for developers. This new update comes a week after it was released the second beta of IOS 10.1 and one month after starting iOS 10 to the public.

Developers who are registered, they can download the new beta of IOS 10.1 from the Apple Developer Center, or instantly once you have installed the appropriate configuration profile.

As has been clarified in previous articles, iOS 10.1 introduces a new way of "Portrait" for the iPhone 7 Plus that allows use both built to create depth in pictures, through the blur background image cameras.

To achieve the "fuzzy" or "bokeh" effect, the iPhone 7 Plus uses the wide-angle camera to create a depth map which is divided into 9 different layers of the photo, to decide which one to apply the blur. It works in people, animals and objects, but it requires good lighting to achieve the proper effect.

Also, it is likely that the update includes bug fixes and other improvements that are difficult to perceive with the naked eye and solving various problems that have been discovered since the release of iOS 10.

IOS 10 brought numerous features including a new lock screen, an SDK dedicated to Siri that will allow developers to integrate their applications with intelligent voice assistant, among other things.

Also, worth mentioning that the messages application has been completely refurbished and now includes stickers, an App Store dedicated, effects of bubbles and more.

Other features highlighted in iOS 10 are a complete redesigned the app maps and music, which significantly improve the user experience.

If Apple continues its usual schedule updates, it is very likely that this week a new update is available for beta testers.

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