Apple is adding more than 5,000 new devices to its App Store this week, but the company is also rolling out the latest versions of its iOS and OS X platforms on a limited number of devices.
iOS 10 is the first major update since iOS 10, which launched on October 23, and it includes a slew of features to make life easier for users on iOS 10 devices.
Apple has updated its iOS 10 for the iPhone and iPad lineup with a number of new features, such as the ability to lock your device with the “Home button” to quickly switch to the Home screen, a new “Quick Settings” menu, and a new Apple Pay integration, as well as a new Home screen shortcut.
The updates also include support for Apple Watch Series 2, the first Apple Watch, and improved support for the new Apple Watch Sport and Apple Watch Pro.
Users can also use the Home button to quickly lock their device to the home screen.
Apple is also adding support for a new camera feature called “Motion Plus,” which allows the device to capture video while the Home bar is open and automatically record the video to a “video file” folder.iOS 10 for iPhones is the latest iOS release to roll out to customers, and iOS 10 includes several new features and improvements.
While many users are still getting iOS 10 on their iOS devices, Apple has also added a number new devices and updated some of its older devices.
Apple’s latest iOS 10 update for iPhones includes a new Quick Settings menu, an improved Camera app, a camera shortcut that can be used to lock a device to a specific screen, and more.
Users of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are getting the update, while iPhone 6 models with iOS 10 will be able to install it later this week.
Apple also announced that it will soon be rolling out iOS 10 to iPad Pro models.
Users who already have an iOS 10 device should update it today.
If you have an iPhone 6 or 6 Plus that is not updated, you can download the latest version of iOS 10 from Apple’s App Store.
Apple also announced a number changes to Apple Music, including the addition of new music playlists, a “Music Keyboard” that lets users easily access the song information, and an enhanced Apple Music subscription service that allows users to subscribe to new music via iTunes.
The company is rolling out a new Music Keyboard app, as will the company’s iOS and Mac App Stores.
Apple is also continuing to roll the update out to new devices with the introduction of iOS 11.1.
The iOS 11 update will also include some new features for people who have upgraded to iOS 11 and have not yet updated to the latest software.iOS 11.2 will roll out on Friday, September 27.