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The 15 best features in iOS 10, in GIFs

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The latest version of iOS is upon us.

Apple just released the public beta for iOS 10, which is due out this fall.

There’s a ton of new stuff in iOS 10, especially when it comes to the Messages app. We’ve already gone hands-on with iOS 10, but we figured now would be a good time to show off some of its best new features.

And really, what better way to show it off than with GIFs?

Here are some of our favorite features.

1. New lock screen

The lock screen on iOS 10 is getting a fresh look. First, your screen will light up when you lift it to your face, meaning no more pressing the side button to see it. Read more…

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Notably, this feature isn't available on desktop right now (or, for that matter, iOS). Google tells our TechCrunch colleagues that it's due to the company's mobile focus. We'd add that mobile users are the ones likely to appreciate it most. Video dominates your phone screen in a way it doesn't on your PC, and you'd likely rather not hop back and forth between screens and apps until you find the video you wanted. It won't be surprising if the feature becomes ubiquitous across Google's search pages, though, as just about everyone can benefit from a quick look at the video they're about to watch.

Via: TechCrunch

Source: Google

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