iOS 10 concept video is a wishlist of everything we want

Apple logoApple has confirmed that WWDC 2016 will be taking place come June 13. While they were not specific in what will be unveiled, there’s a good chance we will be learning more about the next major build of iOS, which presumably will be iOS 10. Oddly enough unlike previous iOS builds, there hasn’t been much said about iOS 10 in terms of leaks or rumors.

This leaves us wondering will Apple even announce iOS 10 at WWDC, and more importantly, what can we expect? While that still remains a mystery, Federico Vittici of MacStories and concept designer Sam Beckett have come together and created a concept video of what they think iOS 10 could look like, along with a host of features that we would love to see make into the final version.

Basically from what we can tell, iOS 10 will bring about a customizable Control Center. For the longest time ever since Apple introduced the feature, it has not been customizable and we’re sure there are plenty of shortcuts users would love to have and replace. Another feature that was revealed in the video is Dark Mode.

This sounds like it would be similar to Android N’s Night Mode in which instead of a glaring white screen, we’d get a black/dark background that would make it easier on our eyes at night or in the dark. The concept also suggests that Apple will be opening up Siri’s API to third-party developers to take advantage of, something that many have been asking for since its debut.

In any case like we said, this is just a concept which means that there’s a very good chance that iOS 10 will look nothing like this, but we can hope, right? In the meantime which feature of the iOS 10 concept are you hoping will come true?

Source: Ubergizmo

Tags: Apple, iOS 10, OSes

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