Apple launches iOS 10.1 Beta 2 to Developers



Following its usual pattern, Apple has just released the second beta of iOS 10.1, an update that besides improving some known issues with iOS 10 brings a new Bokeh feature announced for the iPhone 7 Plus. This new Beta is currently only available to developers and will soon reach users of the Public Beta. To download you can access the settings of your device and download the new Beta via OTA if you already have installed previous Beta or download the “ipsw” file from the developer portal and install it using iTunes.

The new update is available for iPhone and iPad, and its main noticeable improvement by the user is exclusive to the iPhone 7 Plus, with this new Portrait mode makes the most prominent subject in the picture is sharp and everything around it appears unfocused achieving the aforementioned “Bokeh effect” that until now was almost exclusive to advanced users of digital cameras. Apple’s bet by the camera of your iPhone is clear, which is why the iPhone is one of the most used cameras worldwide.

This update comes two weeks after Apple released iOS 10.0.2 version that arrived shortly after the first Beta of 10.1, and solved some problems as affecting EarPods headphones Lightning control whose command was blocked after a few minutes from the beginning of playing multimedia files on our iPhone. It is hoped that this new version 10.1 comes soon to all users and allow all the new owners of the new iPhone 7 Plus can use this new photo effect makes use of dual camera new Apple smartphone. Any new changes that we notice in this new update will communicate here the same, but for now it seems that there is nothing remarkable.

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