Apple’s WWDC 2016 brought us — among other things like a new watchOS (version 3), tvOS, and macOS Sierra — the next generation of Apple’s operating system for the iPhone, iPad, and iPod: iOS 10.

The presentation showed off ten upcoming features of the new platform revamp, ranging from user interface and experience to specific features and overhauls, like Home, Messages, Photos, Music, and more.

As usual, Apple already made iOS 10 available to developers as an early beta, and we had to take it for a spin. As with every early stage software, there are bugs to  be ironed out and glitches to be fixed, but Apple will make sure everything is ready in time for the fall event, when we can expect iOS 10 to ship on the iPhone 7, and to become available to already existing devices out there.

In our iOS 10 hands-on video below, we’re taking a first look at the Developer Preview, walking you through some of the changes and new features.

Click here to watch this video on YouTube!

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