Apple has already launched iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus along with its wearable device Apple Watch 2. Apple has now also unveiled the information about iOS10 and macOS sierra. Apple doesn’t make any announcement related to macOS during the launch of new devices but silently updated its page. iOS10 will go on air on 13th of September while macOS Sierra will be rolled out for mac users on September 20th.

Apple has put a great effort to make iOS 10 and it claims that iOS 10 is one of the biggest updates by the company so far. Apple has made various improvements in apps like Maps, iMessages and also made an isolated app for Home Button. Apple has also made major improvements in its  personal assistant namely called Siri, redesigned notifications and control centre and also made integration of various third party apps.

Apple has also made various improvements in Photos, Apple Music and News apps. Apple Music and news app have revamped user interface and also now built in lyrics are available in the Music app. Photos app has been redesigned which offers People folder in which you will be able to sort the photos as per the individuals in them. Folders are now available in the grid format which used to be in list format. Also, now you can uninstall the build in apps.

Compatible devices with iOS 10

  • In iPhone starting from iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s,iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone SE.
  • iPod Touch 6th gen
  • iPad devices which will get iOS 10 are  iPad Mini 2 and higher, iPad 4thGeneration, and the iPad Air and iPad Pro series.

macOS Sierra

Apple’s latest version of macOS called as macOS Sierra formerly  called as OS X will be rolled out on September 20. macOS Sierra is the latest update by Apple available for all Desktops and Macbooks. Apple has introduced Siri which is the major update by the company and also provides a clipboard to copy and paste across various Apple’s devices. Another exciting feature includes picture in picture, by which you can play  video from iTunes or safari and it will be displayed in a separate floating window.

Compatible devices with macOS Sierra

macOS Sierra will be rolled out on September 20 for following devices.

  • MacBook (announced 2009 and after)
  • iMac (from 2009 and later)
  • MacBook Air (from 2010 and later)
  • MacBook Pro (from 2010 and later)
  • Mac Mini (from 2010 and later)
  • Mac Pro (from 2010 and later).