Apple released the second public beta of iOS 10.1

0

ios-10-messages

Yesterday Apple released the second beta of the next update of iOS 10 for all users enrolled in enrolled in the official Apple Beta Software Program. This second preliminary version for testing comes two weeks after the launch of the first public beta of iOS 10.1, and only twenty-four hours later that the second test version has been made available to developers.

It’s been three quick weeks since iOS 10 was officially released to all users. Since that time we are all enjoying the abundant new Messages, Photos, Maps, notifications or that wonderful new screen widgets that we like, among other new features. But you know that in Cupertino seems to never rest in order to enjoy the best experience on our iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch devices. Reflecting this is the frenetic pace of weekly beta releases this week and reaches its second version.

The second public beta of iOS 10.1 is available now and can be downloaded and installed from the terminals themselves to OTA updates as if it were more. This requires be enrolled in the public beta program of the company also will also give you access to beta versions of macOS Sierra and future operating systems.

What’s new in iOS 10.1

iOS 10.1 is the next update of Apple’s mobile operating system for iPhone and iPad. Does not include TPCO design changes or new functions or features, but it focuses on bug fixes and enhancements to address the problems identified since the official launch of IOS 10 and to improve the stability, performance and overall system security. Although there is a large and interesting exception: the new Portrait mode.

This portrait mode will come with iOS 10.1 will be exclusive to users of the new iPhone 7 Plus it leverages this dual chamber device. The new feature tries to imitate, with great success, the kind of depth of field of images that can be taken with a digital SLR camera high-end, allowing the subject of the photograph stand out from a blurred or blurred background.

This new portrait mode iPhone 7 Plus is based on technology acquired by Apple after buying the LinX company . When this mode the user has been activated (just as in the Camera app choose video, panning, etc.), the system uses the lenses of 56mm to capture the image, while the wide-angle lens collects data perspective they are analyzed by the image signal processor integrated to build a depth map and divide the image into layers.

 

Follow us on Twitter, subscribe to our Facebook Page, find us on LinkedIn, circle us on Google+