Updated September 11, 2018 04:20:08With the release of the next update, there are many more things to be excited about with the upcoming OS update.
The biggest changes coming to the OS are the new Android 5.0 Lollipop, the new version of the Apple Watch, as well as the introduction of the new Google Pixel.
The update is also bringing a host of new features, including the new camera app, a new version toggles, and a new video app.
For starters, we are getting the new app, which is a pretty big deal.
The new video mode lets you change the camera settings on the device without having to go into Settings > Camera > Video.
There is also a new app for the Apple Watches camera.
It’s not just the new video aspect that is getting new features though.
There are also a bunch of new things coming to iOS, including an updated emoji keyboard, a redesigned emoji look, and more.
For the first time ever, we can now view our current location in a map.
We can also see how many people are using the app at any given time, as a percentage of the total userbase.
You can see this in the image below, which shows how many users have logged into the app since the update.
You can also swipe left or right to scroll through the list of contacts in the app, as we mentioned before.
Finally, we have a new notification app that allows us to access notifications.
This is the first app we have ever seen in iOS, and it has been around for a while.
All of these new features have been built into the OS, and there is no doubt that we are going to see many more in the future.
There are some other improvements to be aware of, however.
First, if you have an iOS device that has iOS 11 installed, you will be able to disable the auto-completion feature that lets you access information from the app without entering a username.
If you do not have iOS 11, you can also disable the “show notification bar” feature, which makes the notification bar disappear if you scroll to the bottom of the screen.
Additionally, if a user taps the “send” button on a notification, you should see a message appear that reads “This app may be blocking some content from viewing.”
This message indicates that the app may have been blocking certain content that you would like to see.
If you click the “skip” button, the app will display a message that says “This App may be blocked from accessing certain content.”
This warning is meant to prevent users from accidentally clicking on the wrong message.
Lastly, we now have the ability to use a fingerprint reader to unlock the device.
While this may not seem like a big deal at first, you’ll be able unlock the phone once you have a passcode on it.
This should make it easier for users who do not want to unlock their phones using their fingerprints.
To find out more about the new features coming to OS X, check out the full changelog.
Source: Hacker News