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7 New things that you can do with iOS 10 on iPhone 6, 6S and Plus

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7 New things that you can do with iOS 10 on iPhone 6, 6S and Plus
Apple has released the public version of iOS 10 worldwide, as claimed by Apple this is the best iOS 10 ever and we believe that, because of the new features that has been included.




With iOS 10 many new things are possible which were restricted or I would say not possible with iOS 9. Today in this article we are going to talk about the seven new things which are possible now with iOS 10.

Remove the stock apps

One of the key point apple has introduced with iOS 10 is the power to uninstall some of the stock apps, like... Stocks. The process is same, just tap and hold on an app icon to see the small cross button, but when you do this in iOS 10 you’ll see more of them can be removed including Maps, Podcasts, and Contacts. If you start missing them, you can reinstall all apps from iTunes. There are still some that won’t budge, however, including Messages, Health, Safari, and the Clock app.

See notifications easily: just pick up your iPhone

If you want to check on your notifications without pushing buttons (or going straight past the lock screen thanks to Touch ID, use the new ‘raise to wake’ feature built into iOS 10, which works exactly as it sounds like it might. Pick up your phone, and the lock screen appears. Note that it’s only available on the iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone SE and the new models, and you can disable it through Display & Brightness in the Settings app.





Use Siri with third-party apps

Apple made Siri available to app developers in iOS 10, so you can use the digital assistant to do more inside apps that haven’t been coded by Cupertino. It will take some time for developers to add Siri integrations, of course, but apps that already have Siri functions built into them include LinkedIn, Slack, and Lyft. Watch out for new third-party integrations in the near future, from finding photos to accessing health and fitness stats.

Turn read receipts on or off for each conversation

There may be some people in your life who you’re happy to let know whenever you read one of their messages. There could be others where you’d rather not share that information. In iOS 10, you can turn read receipts on or off on a per-conversation basis. Tap the “i” icon at the top of any conversation and you’ll see a new Send Read Receipts switch you can toggle on or off. This only works with iMessage threads, not with standard SMS messages.

Make sure you’re getting enough sleep

New to the Clock app in iOS 10 is a Bedtime feature that’s designed to help you get into bed and out of bed at the same times each day (which is better for your body). You’ll be asked what time you want to wake up and on which days, and how many hours of sleep you’d like. Your iPhone then buzzes you when it’s time to think about getting your head on the pillow, and will encourage you to keep your sleeping patterns as regular as possible.




Make your messages more expressive

One of the biggest change that iOS 10 will bring is way you use your iMassage.  iMessage part of Messages has been upgraded to take on the likes of WhatsApp and Snapchat with a bunch of new features, including doodles, GIFs and stickers. Tap the heart icon to send sketches or videos (or videos with sketches on top). Alternatively, type out your message then press and hold the blue send button to see a choice of options. You can change its ‘weight’ or send it as ‘invisible ink’, which needs to be scratched off.


Copy and paste between multiple devices

With the introduction of iOS 10 and macOS Sierra, Apple is also ushering in a new feature called universal clipboard, which works exactly how it sounds. You can copy something on your Mac and paste it on your iPhone, or vice versa, as long as you’re signed into the same Apple ID on all the devices involved. It works pretty much invisibly, and there’s no extra menu option. Just use the copy and paste functions as you normally would.

These are some of the new things which are possible with iOS 10 which was not possible earlier. We will bring more features in coming days, to get all the updates from us subscribe to App Gyaan, follow us on Facebook & twitter.   

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