IOS 10.0

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IOS 10.0

I have been using public beta iOS 10 for a week now, and I think I can sum it up in three words – it’s a mess.
For the purposes of this column,

I’m going to ignore what is obvious errors – yes, there are bugs,

lots of bugs, and a lot of very strange insects and clear

and that caused me to wonder just how much testing conducted by Apple so far – – and focus

instead on what seems to be deliberate changes that Apple has introduced in iOS 10.
We all know it’s generally a bad idea to gain

access to unsecured networks via Wi-Fi, but it’s not every day your phone warns against it.

According to the Florida-based Apple beta tester pocket Stewart, and iOS 10 does just that.

IOS 10 new feature that warns of Wi-Fi networks open

After you connect to an open network, and iOS 10 show “recommendation of the Security” notice under the network name in the Wi-Fi settings menu. When the user opens up the recommendation of security, and they were greeted with a notice that the “open systems do not provide the security and expose all network traffic.” There is also a recommendation to configure your router to use AES encryption of the network.
It seems like a missed opportunity, as Stewart points out, to warn users that you’ve already connected, but they are an important step forward to keep safe users to ensure that they understand why they are doing a significant bearing


Apple hints iOS beta 10 in a lot of change – and not all of it welcome

Apple launched a new version of the mobile operating system in the fall of this year, bringing the company up to a nice round number: iOS 10.
Before the launch, Apple allowing anyone to test the software and give feedback. First of all, I would not recommend that most people download this beta. Bugs are par for the course with all the programs in early, and could try the patience of those who do not test the missing things for fun. Many applications behave strangely with the beta because he did not get the final polish after.

This is particularly true with this system. After a week with the beta, and I’m confused about where Apple is heading with this update. It is true that this building is, by definition, not ready for peak periods, and it would be unfair to review it fully. But they are still basically the same programs that will reach millions of devices in just a few months, not just as good as you’ve come to expect from Apple.


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