Reasons Not to Install iOS 10.1 Beta & 4 Reasons You Should

According to Panzarino, the iOS 10.1 public beta will go live on Friday, September 23. Luca Tedesco, a hacker and security researcher, posted the photo below on Twitter, confirmed Cydia version 1.1.26 had been successfully installed on an iPhone 7 running iOS 10.

At the moment, these new Betas of iOS 10.1, macOS 10.12.1 Sierra, watchOS 3.1, and tvOS 10.0.1 are only available to registered developers, but public beta testers should be able to install them in the coming days.

According to the latest figures from Mixpanel, around 37% of eligible users are now running iOS 10, compared to 59% of people still running iOS 9.

Apple's launch last week of iOS 10 made the smartphone's native dialer accessible to unified communications application developers for the first time. We want to touch on both here.

The update is also said to specially bring new features to iOS 10-running iPhone and iPad devices. It should help you onto one side of the fence or the other.

iOS 10.1 includes the Portrait bokeh feature for Apple's 5.5-inch iPhone.

It has only been a week or so since the iPhone 7 was released and it appears that handset has already been cracked.

Sure enough, the feature that uses the dual-camera setup on the iPhone 7 Plus to artfully blur the background of photos, was there. So basically you'll be able to blur the background when you're shooting a portrait of someone, making the person stand out, giving the image an nearly 3D-like appearance. The depth of field feature will work with people only, and requires the subject to be within 8-feet away from the phone.

In the meantime, Redmond Pie reported that Pangu has just been successful in using the iOS 10 jailbreak in an iPad.

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