Apple has started rolling out iOS 10.1, the most notable update to the platform since it was first launched in early September. There are also a host of security fixes included in the update.
The main new feature in the update only benefits iPhone 7 Plus owners, though, with a new Portrait Camera mode that Apple claims “creates a depth effect that keeps your subject sharp while creating a beautifully blurred background”.
This takes advantage of the dual lens cameras on the iPhone 7 Plus to enable owners to, supposedly, take professional-esque portrait photos.
The other notable new update will only really benefit those in Japan, with detailed transport information for the country added to Apple's Maps service.
The rest of the updates with iOS 10.1 are more refinements or fixes, rather than notable new features.
For example, there is an option to reply bubble and full screen effects in Messages, while Apple has fixed issues that could cause Message to just open to a white screen.
There are also improvements to the Mail app to stop issues such as messages being formatted with very small text or issues where HTML email content would not load.
Early risers will also be pleased that issues that stopped alarms going off sometimes should now be fixed.
There are also a bunch of security fixes included in the update, including one that affected its FaceTime service.
“An attacker in a privileged network position may be able to cause a relayed call to continue transmitting audio while appearing as if the call terminated,” Apple explained.
This issue was uncovered by Martin Vigo, of Salesforce, who noted the fix on Twitter.
The update is available now and is 202MB in size for anyone running iOS 10.0.2.
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