Apple is expected to show off iOS 10 at the World Wide Developers Conference in June alongside Mac OS X 10.12 Fuji. A new concept video provides a glimpse into what Apple may have up its sleeve in terms of new iOS features and how they'll work.
At the event, Apple is also expected to release an update to iOS in the form of iOS 9.3, which is currently in beta testing. However, the next major iOS version will get its first public view at WWDC. While there haven't been many leaks on what we can expect to see in iOS 10, a new concept video shows off an Advanced Control Center.
As you can see in the video below, iOS 10 will support 3D Touch inside of Control Center, allowing users to access different options like turning on Wi-Fi, enabling Night Shift, and more. Users can also rearrange the position of toggles by long pressing the icon, similar to how users rearrange apps on an iOS device's Home screen.
The iOS 10 Advanced Control Center concept video also shows the ability to edit the buttons that appear in the Control Center. When long pressing an icon, an edit button appears that allows users to choose which toggles they want to display. Another new feature shown is Dark Mode, which as its name implies, makes the overall appearance of Control Center easier on the eyes.
While the newest iOS version will likely get previewed at WWDC, it won't get an official release until the fall and is expected to debut alongside the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.
New reports claim that Apple will hold an event on March 21 to launch a 4-inch iPhone and iPad Pro. The new iPhone is expected to be named iPhone SE, as in special edition, and will have a design similar to that of the iPhone 5s. The 9.7-inch iPad Pro is rumored to feature the same powerful internals as the 12.9-inch iPad Pro, and will include support for Apple Pencil and Smart Keyboard accessories.