iOS 10 Is Now Available For Everyone, Get The Download Links Here

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The day every iOS user has been waiting for is finally here as Apple has just released the iOS 10 update and it is now available for download. The new software release is available for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. While some models are not supported the release covers most of the recent iOS device models. iOS 10 brings tons of new features to the operating system and adds some new apps. You can see the detailed info on its features on our coverage page here. Information about things you should do before installing iOS 10 as well as compatibility is available here.

Notable features of iOS 10 include new features for iMessage, redesigned lockscreen, widgets, rich and interactive notifications, new features for Photos, redesigned Music and News apps, new features for Clock app, Home app, ability for users to delete stock apps, third-party app integration for Siri and more.

Users who want to upgrade to iOS 10 need to do it through the Settings app by going to Settings > General > Software Update. If you are coming from iOS 9, then the download will be around 1.7 GB, however the size will differ from one device to another. Users can also connect their iOS device to iTunes and check for updates in order to install iOS 10. Alternatively, you can use the direct IPSW links given below in order to manually install the update.

Those users who are running iOS 10 GM can continue using their device as it is, as it has been revealed that the build number for this public release is same as the iOS 10 Gold Master that Apple released a few days ago.

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