A lot of developers and enthusiasts are looking forward to a new version of iOS 10, and it looks like the company is bringing back a number of features that were dropped in the previous version.
While some of the features are still available, the most exciting new feature is the new feature that allows you to store your files and settings in iCloud.
Previously, you had to go into the Settings app, go to iCloud and select your settings from there.
Now, you can do that too, though there’s a caveat.
iCloud has to be enabled on your device in order for the feature to work.
That means that if you have a Mac or iOS device and iCloud enabled, you won’t be able to save files on it, but you will be able upload files from there, and then download them to your computer.
The only way to access this functionality is via the Settings tab of the Apple App Store, where you’ll see the option to “Enable iCloud”.
If you are already on the iOS 10 beta channel, you will have access to the new iCloud functionality as of today.
However, the new features are limited to a limited number of beta testers.
So, you’ll be able get a feel for them, and if you decide to take advantage of them, be aware that you may have to go through the iOS10 beta app, before it will be accessible to everyone.
To find out how to get access to this new iCloud feature, check out the video below.
If you have an iOS 10 device and are planning to go on the beta channel in the near future, make sure you sign up for the beta here.
The good news is that these new features will only be available in the beta, so you’ll want to take full advantage of the beta as soon as possible.
The beta will also come with a number new features and bug fixes, so make sure to check it out.iOS 10 will be available on September 27th, 2017, and will also be available for free in the Apple Store.
If you’re already a beta tester and would like to keep on with the beta for free, you have until September 29th to do so.
If your device has been beta tested for a longer period of time, it’s possible that you might not see the feature you are looking for yet.
We’ll be sure to let you know how the beta works for you.