Apple has released the second beta of iOS 10.1 for developers, a new version that comes two weeks after the first beta for iPhone and iPad.
In addition, the Bitten Apple company has also released a public version of iOS 10.1, and the respective beta versions of tvOS 10.0.1 and watchOS 3.1 .
Do you want to know what’s new in the second beta version of iOS 10.1 for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch? There are some very interesting things!
First, Apple has introduced a Portrait Mode for the iPhone 7 Plus dual camera that applies a DSLR-style blur to the background and focuses on people or objects closest to the photo.
The new functionality was introduced during Apple’s Keynote, but was not available until now.
In addition, Apple has included a new option in the Accessibility settings of the Settings application in iOS 10.1. The option allows users to activate automatic playback of iMessage effects.
This feature is related to the motion reduction problems that culminate in the disabling of the bubble and background effects of the iOS 10 Messages app.
If you’d like to take a look at the new iPhone 7 Plus Portrait Mode added in this iOS 10.1 beta, we invite you to play the following video discussing its functionality.
As always, iOS 10.1 Beta 2 can be downloaded from the Apple Developer Center and the Beta Software Program, provided you are registered.