Apple issues the second beta version of iOS 10.1 to the public. This beta version reinstates warning mesage to alert user that running 32-bit apps may slow down their iPhone. The message was seen in iOS 10 beta version, but was not available in the official final version of iOS 10.
Apple continues to step up its game for iOS with new features to increase functionality of iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. After the fist beta version of iOS 10.1 was out early September, Apple release its second beta version in on Wedneday, Oct.5 as reported by Apple Insider. Users who registered in Apple's Beta Software Program can download and install this beta version, while those who have installed the first beta version can download it as an over-the-air update.
Apple puts additional warning message in the second beta version of iOS 10.1, which notifying users to avoid installing 32-bit app in their iPhone and iPad. Earlier this year Apple released a policy requiring all apps must be 64-bit, according to report by Mac Rumors.
In order to enforce the policy, Apple puts warning message which will be popping up everytime users launched a 32-bit app. The message warned users the app would affect system performance. Originally, the message was installed in the beta version of iOS 10, but when the final version is released, the message was taken away.
iOS 10 is the latest version of operating system for mobile device which was major the upgrade of its previous iOS 9. Apple made significant changes to three items in iOS 10, the changes are made on the 3D Touch, the lock screen, and the widget support.
Apple also added some features are to some applications. More emojis and additional functionality for third-party apps in iMessage, interface redesigned for Maps, and major upgrade for Siri to be able to respond the specific request for third-party app.
However, iOS 10 is plagued with some serious problems that bricked many iPhones and iPads . In order to overcome the problems, Apple prepared the update with iOS 10.1 which scheduled to release its final version at the end of October.