• 在不支持3D Touch的iPhone上，iOS10的通知可以通过下滑来进行操作
• 没有3D Touch功能的iPhone的快捷回复界面与iPhone6s如今一致
• Digital Touch信息可以发送给非iOS10用户，但是不会有动画
• 在iOS10 beta2中，通过进入设置-通用-辅助功能-主屏幕按钮中选择“松开手指”就可以不按Home键实现解锁屏幕
• 增加诸多实用的3D Touch快捷方式
• iPad Pro使用App Store时可以分屏浏览
Notification Center enhancements
You can now access widgets while using the Notification Center on any Home screen.
In beta 1, accessing the Notification Center from a Home screen only showed notifications, not the widgets. It’s a small but important improvement, more so given that the first beta limited accessing the widgets from your Lock screen, Home screen zero and inside the Notification Center, but only if called while using an app.
In short, widgets are now available in the Notification Center without exceptions.
As you can see for yourself, “Missed” inside iOS 10 beta 2′ Notification Center is now labeled “Recent” and The Weather Channel gets a much-deserved credit. On devices without 3D Touch, iOS 10’s rich notifications can now be interacted with by way of swiping down on them.
In iOS 10 beta 1, you had to slide over a notification banner to access its options.
Music app changes
You can once again shuffle all music by one artist in the Music app.
Plus, there’s now a Shuffle button within the Songs section so that you can enter shuffle mode without needing to play a song first. Connect tab no longer disappears from the Music app when you disable Apple Music and posts from artists you follow now appear underneath a new Connect Posts heading within the Music app’s For You section.
In iOS 10 beta 2, users can now sign in to Apple Music on Sonos, music videos can be played fullscreen and related music suggestions now appear in album pages. AirPlay devices show up on the Now Playing screen as well.
In Library, you can now view and manage a list of all active downloads.
There's a new Downloaded icon for playlists that have been downloaded to the Music app. Speaking of downloads, the Downloaded Music section has been renamed as Downloads and can no longer be removed. And lastly, the Music app now uses a smaller font and lets you adjust text size.
More Apple Music features coming via future betas
According to Apple, certain Apple Music features will become available in a future iOS 10 beta, including the following items:
For You Mixes
Viewing Connect posts on an artist’s or curator’s page
Follow and unfollow option on an artist or curator’s page
Report a concern on Connect posts or comments
Delete a comment you made on Connect posts
Account page to view all artists you follow
Setting to turn on or turn off the Automatically Follow Artists preference
Show Complete Album for Library items
Display of works and movements for classical music
Popularity indicators for albums
Three days ago, Apple launched downloadable sticker packs for iOS 10’s much-improved Messages app. In iOS 10 beta 2, a dedicated iMessage Apps section has gone live within the App Store. The App Store tab inside Messages now shows a splash screen and lets you browse and download Featured content.
You'll also notice a new Manage section within the App Store for Messages and a switch labeled Automatically Add Apps inside of it. Toggling it to the ON prompts iOS to automatically put any apps on your device that include an iMessage extension in your app drawer in Messages.
iOS 10 beta 2 adds a new Low Quality Image Mode option in Settings → Messages.
If enabled, all images will be sent in lower quality to help save cellular data. Quick Reply for Messages notifications on non-3D Touch devices now presents you with the same embedded conversation view like on the iPhone 6s. And finally, your Digital Touch messages will now send to non-iOS 10 users in beta 2, but they won't animate.
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Becoming organ donor via Health
A single organ donor can save as many as eight lives so Apple has built a new option into the Health application on iOS 10 beta 2 which permits U.S.-based customers to register themselves as an organ, eye and tissue donor with Donate Life America’s national organ donation registry.
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Rest Finger to Unlock
iOS 10 beta 1 has dropped the familiar slide-to-unlock gesture in favor of a new way of unlocking the device that requires you to press the Home button with an enrolled finger to get to the Home screen, or rest the finger on the Home button to unlock the device without launching the Home screen.
In iOS 10 beta 2, there’s a new Rest Finger to Unlock option in Settings → General → Accessibility → Home Button which allows you to switch back to the old way of unlocking that didn’t require a press of the Home button.
And lastly, a padlock icon in the iOS status bar now animates with an “Unlocked” message when you unlock the device. Previously, the padlock icon simply disappeared.
In addition to the aforementioned refinements, iOS 10 beta 2 includes the following tweaks, design changes and other improvements:
Refreshed HomeKit icon inside Control Center
Overhauled icons for the Apple TV and speakers in the AirPlay menu within Control Center
3D Touch shortcuts within Control Center for adjusting flashlight intensity now employ updated icons and wording: Low/Medium/High Intensity becomes Low/Medium/Bright Light
3D Touch shortcuts menu for the Clock app inside Control Center adds icons
Split View is available for the App Store on the iPad Pro
Apple's built-in Feedback app is available to more users
HomeKit app and HomeKit icons in Settings now sport the same general look
Revamped Filters icon in the Mail toolbar resembling lines inside a circle replaces the previous funnel-style icon
Invoking Siri shows a subtle new animation which minimizes the Home screen or the active app
Maps now includes a Show Parked Location toggle in Settings so that you can optionally disable being reminded where you parked your car
A new Ride Booking option underneath the Prefer heading in Settings → Maps
Pressing a folder icon with 3D Touch now shows per-app badge count versus an “Unread” total like before
You can now remove the stock News app
iOS 10 beta 2 reverts to the old keyboard sound versus a softer keyboard clicking sound effect which debuted in iOS 10 beta 1
Folder animation is slightly changed
Folders are more blurred and transparent
Tweaked Spotlight animation on the widgets screen and in the Notification Center
Stopwatch inside the Clock app is now back to digital by default while its analog counterpart has been relocated to page two
When disabled, Bedtime Alarm in Clock is darkened
Text Size setting is moved to Settings → Display and Brightness
Auto-Lock Size setting is moved to Settings → Display and Brightness
Widgets are no longer clipped on the widgets screen
Holding the New Tab icon in Safari produces an option to make a new tab
Toggles for Apple Watch apps via a brand new My Watch → General → Background App Refresh section inside the companion Watch app on iPhone
Smart and Random Autofill options for music you sync with Apple Watch in the companion Watch app on iPhone
“Off” in AirDrop menu in Control Center is renamed as “Receiving Off”
For example, Faces in the Photos app do not sync across your devices
More importantly, functionality which requires adoption from the App Store apps, such as iMessage apps, SiriKit and Maps extensions, will not be available until those apps are able to adopt and submit to the App Store.