Apple iOS 10 Beta 5 Out Now: Here's What's New

Apple released the fifth beta of its developer preview for iOS 10. Users who are on the public beta will also see an update, and it is the same version. Indeed, the change log will seem smaller than the usual and this is all because the final version of the software is expected to roll out somewhere in September at the launch of Apple’s next iPhone.

The new update again arrives as an over-the-air (OTA) download for those who have been on the previous betas or who have either of the two configuration files (developer or public tester) available on their smartphones.

While the new update is still a bit too buggy, there are some improvements over the last one, even though they are not too many in number.

If you have been on the beta for a while and have been fidgeting with the iOS Photos app, you will have noticed the new facial recognition feature that groups images based on faces. Well, if you have arranged everything on your iPhone in a long list of groups, it’s all going away. This is because the new update will scan through your folders once again and rearrange whatever is currently available.

If you noticed that your iPhone 6s Smart Battery case was misbehaving after the last update, this has now been fixed. The case that is available for the iPhone 6 and 6s should now work properly.
Bored of the iOS 9 lock sound when you lock the phone? Well, there is finally something new in iOS 10 beta 5 for you. The new lock sound seems to have moved on from click to sound of door closing.
The output icon seen in the Control Center gets an update as well. The same goes for the Music app, and other locations in iOS, that seem to be slightly tweaked.

The date now appears in the swipe to the right from the home screen and even in the notifications panel (swipe right in there again).

All-in-all it’s just some minor fine-tuning taking place in iOS 10 beta 5 compared to what we noticed in the earlier betas. While it iOS 10 may be a bit annoying in the notifications area and the Control Center for some, it may seem like a good move that spaces things out for others. Like it or hate it, the bolder new look is here to stay.

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