The company just issued the seventh beta for both developers and public beta testers-- the public beta's version number is one digit behind, so it's public beta 6, but it's the same version. There's no sign of tvos, macos or watchos updates, so it's unclear whether Apple also plans to update these betas today.

While things are starting to look good, there are still some bugs at this stage, so I probably would not recommend installing it on your main phone just. You don't want to run the risk of having your phone become useless.

What's new in iOS 10 exactly? The upcoming operating system includes a massive Siri update with third-party integrations. While it's likelying to be hard to see the end outcome during the beta because third-party developers haven't released iOS 10 apps yet, it could have a big influence on the way you use your iPhone.

Apple has also introduced a completely redesigned lock screen with rich notifications that can display tiny live widgets and a huge Photos app update with face recognition, profound learning categorization and smart photo albums. Apple Maps, Apple Music, HomeKit and the Phone app are also being given updates. The firm is overhauling the Messages app with many, many new features-- an emojify feature, message effects, Slack-like feedback on messages, rich link previews and third-party extensions.

We're still a few weeks away from the final release if Apple follows the same pattern as in previous years. I wrote a preview if you don't have a non-essential iPhone or iPad lying around if you can't want and wait to see what it looks like.

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