Apple’s iOS 10 beta for iPhones and iPads is now available for download, and the company has just announced that it’s also pushing the Mri app update for iPhones.
The update will be rolling out today for iOS 10.1 beta testers, who can download the software on an iPad or an iPhone via the Apple App Store or the Apple Developer Program.
If you’re a beta tester, you’ll need to manually install the software, but you should be able to run it via the web.
Apple’s MRI software is a suite of tools that helps developers improve their apps for mobile devices, allowing developers to tweak the behavior and interactions of iOS, Mac, and other operating systems.
It’s been around for a few years now, and it was recently upgraded to the latest version of iOS 11.
The MRI update for iOS will also bring a few improvements to the app’s UI.
Apple has included some additional tools to help developers make the MRA apps easier to use.
The software’s latest release, iOS 10, will bring support for new features like a new “Find My Friends” feature that will automatically tell you the approximate location of the person you’re looking for on your local network.
The app will also automatically notify you when a friend of yours is nearby, so you don’t have to search for them in the background.
The update is also coming to the Apple TV, which will roll out to beta testers on September 15.
It will include the ability to launch the app directly from the TV’s Settings menu, and will allow you to create custom music controls.
The new features include the addition of the ability for iOS apps to automatically show a timer to help users keep tabs on time, and an ability to disable timers in the settings menu.
Apple is also introducing the “Voice Over” feature, which allows users to turn on or off the voice recognition built into the iOS apps.
It also allows users the ability of using the Siri remote for Siri voice commands.
The Voice Over feature is one of the most requested features from developers, and we expect that it will be available in the new version of the app for iPhone and iPad users on September 14.
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