While the iOS 10 beta brings a new look and design to iOS 10 Control Center, Apple hasn’t gone out of their way to explain the changes. Today Apple took a step to address that, with a quick introductory screen that explains the changes.
As of the fourth beta of iOS 10, released today to developers, Apple offers a quick splash screen to users when they swipe up the first time to access the iOS 10 Control Center. “iPhone Controls, Now Playing, and Home each have their own cards,” the introduction notes. “Swipe to see each one.”
The main changes in the new Control Center are that the music and media controls have been moved to their own pane, which can be viewed with a quick side swipe of the finger. HomeKit users will also notice a new pane that allows them to adjust the brightness of their HomeKit controlled lightbulbs and such. (Via AppleInsider)
iOS 10 beta four is currently only available to developers for testing. Apple will likely make the new beta available to members of their public beta testing program sometime in the next few days. A public release of the mobile operating system is expected in September, alongside the debut of Apple’s new flagship iPhone devices.