On Monday, Apple announced their plans for the upcoming iOS10 software at the 27th World Wide Developers Conference. The new upgrade features reconditioned Apple apps and provide fun and convenient ways to interact with your contacts, downloaded apps, and other Apple devices.
Some of the most anticipated updates include the “Memories” feature for photos, which will organize photos by memorizing faces and places, and the Maps app, which has been upgraded in order to understand the map clearly and will allow users to create reservations and locate Uber cars. Beyond that, there will also be the option to uninstall up to 23 of those unused Apple apps crowding every iPhone users’ home screen (and that alone may be enough of a reason to incite a sigh of relief).
There are plenty of other features Apple users get to look forward to. The overhaul won’t reinvent the experience of the phone totally, but it will be more user-friendly by minimizing time spent on organizing and adding quirky features, like “Invisible Ink” on the Message app. Apple users can expect iOS10 as well as the iPhone7 in the fall, right in time for the holiday season.