Apple has released iOS 10, touting it as one of the biggest releases of the mobile operating system so far.
Owners of iPhones, iPads and even some iPod touch devices can now install the update, after it was released on 13 September.
26/09/2016: Apple has issued the first minor update for iOS 10 with iOS 10.0.2 that fixes several issues that had come to light since it was first released.
These include an issue that could cause some headphone audio controls to stop working, including with its AirPod headphones that come with iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus devices.
Additionally, it also fixed problems with the Photos app that could cause the app to quit for some users when turning on iCloud Photo Library. Lastly, it solves a problem that was stopping some app extensions from working.
The update is live now and is 56MB in size if updating from iOS 10.0.1.
20/09/2016: The latest data from MixPanel shows that iOS 10 is now on 37.59 per cent of iOS devices that send data to the company.
This is more than double the high of five days ago and shows iOS 10 already starting to close in on iOS 9, which has a market share of around 60 per cent.
The numbers fluctuate slightly as MixPanel explained to V3 that the data is based on information being sent to its systems, which ebbs and flows slightly as different geographies come online or offline depending on the time zone.
"Throughout the day, people from different geographies are active. At the bottom of the trough you notice, for instance, it was 2:00am Pacific time, when the majority of North and South American users are asleep, and European, African and Asian users are awake," the firm said.
"Since iOS is less prevalent and there is less of a perception of urgency to upgrade to new software in those geographies, there is a smaller percentage of active users on the new version."
15/09/2016: Data from analytics company MixPanel shows that over 15 per cent of iOS devices are running iOS 10 just 24 hours after it was released.
The rush to upgrade to the new platform is in stark contrast to Android, where even the last new platform, Marshmallow, is only now on just over 12 per cent of devices, underlining the fragmentation problem that blights the OS.
14/09/2016: The release of iOS 10 did not get off to the greatest of starts when many eager iPhone and iPad owners who rushed to install the release found that it bricked their devices.
Apple admitted to the fault and quickly issued a fix so that it should be fine for anyone else wanting to install the update.
"We experienced a brief issue with the software update process, affecting a small number of users during the first hour of availability," said an Apple spokesperson.
"The problem was quickly resolved and we apologise to those customers. Anyone who was affected should connect to iTunes to complete the update or contact AppleCare for help."
How to download iOS 10
Once the update is released, you need to go to Settings > General > Software update on your phone, and then, if it's available, request to be added to the installation queue.
You may have to wait a few hours if it proves popular, which is likely.
The easiest way to update is over the air, although it is possible to do so via iTunes by plugging your device into a computer. This has the benefit of allowing you to create a back-up of the phone before downloading the update, in case the worst should happen.
iOS 10 will run on the iPhone 5 and above, which means that those still using an iPhone 4S and iPhone 4 are out of luck. You'll need to make sure you're already running iOS 8.3.1 to install the update.
On the iPad side, iOS 10 will work with all iPad Air and iPad Pro models, the 4th-generation iPad, and the iPad mini 2 and later. iOS 10 will also work with Apple's sixth-generation iPod Touch.
Lots. Siri is getting a major upgrade so that it can be incorporated into third-party apps. This will allow you open and interact with apps ranging from Spotify to YouTube and WhatsApp.
The iMessage app will also get a huge overhaul to become more interactive and media-heavy, so you can do things like send animated wallpapers and draw images.
3D Touch on the lock screen will allow you to open and interact with apps via notifications without having to actually open the app in question. The phone will use the fingerprint scanner to ensure that it's you.
Another nice little touch is Rise to Wake, which will show the time and any on-screen notifications simply by lifting the phone, rather than having to press the home button, which can often unlock the phone. However, this is compatible only with the iPhone 6S, 6S Plus and SE.
Notifications will show more information on the lock screen, potentially removing the need to open them to find out more.
Also, you'll be able to remove stock apps on iOS for the first time, which will no doubt be welcome news to many.
There's also a bunch of new features in iOS 10 that Apple didn't talk about during the launch.
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