It’s no secret that iOS 8 and 9 are going to be hugely popular for people, and it’s no surprise that Apple is going to have an iOS 10 release in the near future.
But with that in mind, many of you might want to keep an eye out for the latest updates to your devices, as well as the apps that they are running.
With that in hand, we’ve compiled a list of iOS 8, 9, and 10 compatible apps, and also a list for the upcoming iOS 11.
If you’re looking to get a quick refresher on what’s new with iOS, you can head over to the article for the complete rundown.
Apple iOS 8: iOS 8 is one of the most widely supported versions of iOS, and with that comes a number of improvements that make it a great fit for people on the go.
Apps like Mail, Contacts, Maps, Mail, iMessage, Calendar, and Notes are all fully supported in iOS 8 with a number that can get you to a working device quickly.
But it’s the Apple Watch app that really takes iOS 8 to the next level, as it has built-in watchOS 3 support that allows users to take advantage of the full capabilities of the new watchOS.
Apple’s updated app is a great place to start, as iOS 8 has many new features that are easy to get started with.
If that’s not enough, the watchOS 2 app is also available for download on iOS 8 devices.
The iOS 8 watchOS app is available in both the App Store and the Google Play Store, but is also compatible with the iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
If there’s one app that Apple should be doing more to include in its watchOS 4 launch, it’s this one.
The new watch OS 4 app is more robust and offers a wide variety of new features, like a new calendar that supports your location, new calendar support, and much more.
Apple is still working on iOS 9, so if you want to get the most out of the next iOS update, you might have to wait for it to arrive.
But if you’ve already gotten your iOS 8 handsets up and running, the new iOS 9 update is coming soon, and should arrive on October 19th.
The first release of iOS 9 is called ‘9.0’, and is expected to be released sometime in late September.
The version of iOS that we’ve seen so far for the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6 has come with the new Apple Watch version of OS X, which brings with it some pretty interesting improvements to how the OS works.
The most noticeable change here is that OS X now runs natively on the Apple TV, and Apple has also added a new setting to Control Center called ‘Remote Control’.
While you can still control your Apple TV from your Mac, you’ll also need to use a remote to do so.
Other features in iOS 9 include support for the new ‘iTunes Remote’, a new ‘Bluetooth LE’ speaker, and a new iOS 11 update that is coming later this month.
Apple Watch OS X: The Apple WatchOS 3 app is already available on the App store, but the company has released a new version called ‘WatchOS 4’ that is available for iOS 9 devices.
Apple has included a number new features in WatchOS 4 for both the iPhone and iPad, including support for more sensors, and more support for new OS X features.
If Apple doesn’t make the most of WatchOS 5’s iOS 11 upgrade, there’s a good chance that Apple will make a major change to the way that it handles notifications.
This could potentially change how Apple manages notifications, as many apps might no longer use a ‘top’ notification that you get in Notification Center, and instead, Apple has built a new system that uses a new Notification Center to handle incoming notifications.
Apple does offer a lot of notifications on the Watch, and the watch app is the main hub for those notifications.
If iOS 9 and WatchOS 2 are both up and well, Apple will have an easy time making the most use of those improvements.
Apple iPhone: Apple has made a lot more changes to its iOS 9.2 beta for iPhone, including adding support for ‘tap to wake’, a way to wake your iPhone from an airplane mode and using the Home button to dismiss your notification.
The company has also improved support for iOS 8’s new ‘Apple Pay’ feature, which lets you send and receive payments with your iPhone.
Apple will also soon be rolling out an iOS 9 beta to iPhone owners in the UK.
If the iOS 9 release is anything like the one that we saw for the iPad, you should be seeing an update to iOS 9 on the iPhone in the coming weeks.
The iPhone 6S and iPhone 7 Plus are also getting the iOS 8 update, and you can expect it to be available for