IOS 10.1 Beta Is Out For Developers, Brings Bokeh To The Camera Of The IPhone 7 Plus

By 09:08 Thu, 05 Aug 2021 Comments

Less than ten days after the final version of iOS 10 went out to supported devices, a recent beta of Apple's mobile software is available to registered developers. iOS 10.1 beta 1 should also create it to the public beta channel (which anyone can join) by the discontinue of this week.

The one gigantic recent feature that iOS 10.1 brings is Portrait Mode for the iPhone 7 Plus. When used, this capturing camera mode creates bokeh effects by using both rear snappers of the phone. So basically you'll be able to blur the background when you're shooting a portrait of someone, making the person stand out, giving the image an almost 3D-like appearance.

This feature was announced when the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus became official earlier this month, but it wasn't part of the iOS 10 release. Instead, Apple promised to have it out by the discontinue of 2016. And now we know it's iOS 10.1 that will finally create it available for iPhone 7 Plus owners.

Additionally, the first iOS 10.1 beta has some unnamed bug fixes and performance improvements built-in, as you'd expect. Apple has also released recent betas for watchOS 3.1, macOS Sierra 10.12.1, tvOS 10.0.1, and Xcode 8.1, but the changes for them haven't been detailed.

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