It has come to our knowledge that Apple company has recently released the first important updates for both iOS and macOS. That’s what is worth being discussed!
iOS 10.1 encloses a great number of enhancements and bug fixes, but the distinctive appendage is Portrait Camera, a feature formerly advertised by Apple for the iPhone 7 Plus only.
Portrait Camera uses the dual cameras of the iPhone 7 Plus, which helps create a depth-of-field effect that shows the foreground in sharp focus, gently blurring the background at the same time.
It is known that iOS 10.1 introduces the feature as a beta, a move Apple has used in the past, exclusively with its Maps, to excuse the initial results, gather information from users, and slowly ameliorate the underlying software after all.
The most credible sources report that Apple has also fixed 13 security vulnerabilities with iOS 10.1.
Apple company debuted iOS 10 on Sept. 13. It is expected that the operating system will run on iPhone 5 and later, iPad Pro, iPad Air and later, iPad Mini 2 and later, and the fifth-generation iPod Touch.
In the meanwhile, macOS Sierra 10.12.1 patches 16 vulnerabilities and addresses some non-security defects. Among the latter are a compatibility improvement with Microsoft Office, and a fix to a Mail updating issue.
Sierra, which runs on most Macs sold in 2009-2010 and later, hit the Mac App Store on Sept. 20.
This article was originally published by Computerworld.