To update to iOS 10 or to wait till it's safe that is the question— мʝ (@itsmollyjulian) September 14, 2016
The iOS 10 upgrade was recently released before the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 plus became available to the public, according to Techradar.
The Apple website shows new features of the upgrade, including handwriting messages, sending fireballs, heartbeats and kisses, typing messages in multiple languages, making reservations on the Maps app and opening apps with Siri.
There are already a variety of opinions on the upgrade’s reliability and features.
Some people were very pleased with iOS 10.
The best part about iOS 10 is unsubscribing from email lists with one click. Where has this been all my life?— Eric Seat (@seateric) September 17, 2016
Not everyone is pleased with it though.
Since updating to iOS 10 I've been losing about 4% battery every minute. I'm now at 15%. I was at 90% when my update completed.— Daxson (@daxson) September 13, 2016
In iOS 10, like 3/5 times when I tap on a notification in the Notification Center nothing happens. I have to 3D Touch it then tap again. 😡— Dallin Hitchcock (@dallin) September 17, 2016
The upgrade is available for multiple devices, according to Apple. People do not need to own an iPhone 7 to install it.