At Apples iPhone 7 launch event in San Francisco apple announced the release date of their newest operating system, iOS 10.
Earlier this year Apple released a developer and then subsequently a public beta of their newest operation system. iOS 10 features a lot of improvements in speed and reliability, but also introduces a few new features. Some of the most notable features in iOS 10 is the ability to add extensions to the iMessage platform allowing users to quickly add emoticons,
Gifs, and even send their favourite tune via Apples messaging platform. In iOS 10 Apple also open their doors to machine learning which will allow Apple to easily and effortlessly provide you with location as well as contextual based information.
One thing Apple noted with their machine learning is that all the data processing will be performed on device and if data is needed to be sent to Apple you would have to opt-in, but also it would be made anonymous via differential privacy.
Differential privacy allows Apple to inject strings of characters into your data to make it disconnected to you as a person all while preserving the data itself. There are literally hundreds of new features within the operation system and Apple will soon make it available to the masses.
Apple is set to release iOS 10 on the iPhone 5 and higher beginning on September 13th. If you’re setting your alarm, Apple typically releases their software at 9:00 a.m. PST (12:00 p.m. EST).