Apple will take the wraps of the next version of its iOS platform at the WWDC event in a few weeks' time.
The update could be a major change in terms of features and functionality for iOS, not least because it hasn't had any major changes since the redesign that arrived with iOS 7.
Even if the design remains the same users will be hoping for lots of new and exciting updates. V3 has put together a rundown of the top 10 features we think Apple should include to keep its user base happy.
10. Manual camera controls
The iPhone camera is fine, but the lack of manual camera controls that allow the user to set their own preferences is a pain, especially as most rivals offer this.
Apple should change this with iOS 10 to include more controls natively in the camera app to adjust things like white balance, aperture and the type of photo you’re taking: portrait, sport, night time and so on.
These could be easily turned off for those happy with quick and easy snapping, but this would be a nice addition for those keen on getting the most from their device and one long missing from iOS.
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