|Screenshot of how one panel|
of the homescreen appears
in iOS 10
iOS 10 removes support for devices running Apple's A5 processor, preventing devices such as the iPad 2, first generation iPad Mini, and all iPod Touches except the latest generation, from receiving the update.
The newest version version of iOS allows users, among other things, developers the ability to integrate Siri, Apple's personal assistant software, into their application, and to adjust the appearance of message bubbles in Apple's iMessage app.
The rollout on the first day, however, was not all smooth. Users reported difficulties downloading the update, and some devices were "bricked," as the user had to connect their device to a computer to reinstall the device's firmware for the device to be usable again.