iOS 8 has arrived on the iPhone and iPad, with iOS 9’s beta features to come over the next few weeks.
The software will be available on the App Store as well as on the iTunes App Store, which is launching this week.
Apple is not giving details on which beta features will be included, but it says the “full suite of features and improvements” will be present in iOS 9 beta 2.
The company has also announced that the next-generation iPad will have a larger display.
The next-gen iPad will be “a much larger device with a larger screen than the current iPad”, and will be powered by the new A10X chip, Apple says.
Apple also said that the iPhone 6S will come with “a number of performance and usability improvements” over iOS 7, and the next iPhone will be the biggest iPhone yet.
The iPad Pro will be a bigger device with an even bigger display than the iPad Air, and it will have an edge in the camera department.
Apple’s other big announcement for iOS 9 is the introduction of the first ever App Store version of the iPhone X. Apple will open the App Stores to developers with iOS 10, and a “full series of new features and functionality” will arrive in iOS 10 beta 2, according to Apple.
The beta release will come as the company prepares to launch iOS 9, which it says will be ready for general availability in June.
iOS 9 has a number of other features that will be coming with iOS 11, including support for the new camera hardware.
The Apple Watch Series 3 is a smartwatch with a variety of new watch faces, including one inspired by the upcoming iPhone X, according a new video released by Apple.
Apple Watch Sport, which will launch this week, will be made available to developers in iOS 11 beta 2 alongside the iPhone.
And there’s also an updated version of iOS for the Apple Watch, which should make it easier for developers to build apps for it.
Apple has also said the new watchOS 2 app will support the new “smartwatch experience”.
Apple also confirmed that Apple Pay is coming to iOS 11 and iOS 11 will come to the iPhone, iPad and Mac.
iOS 11 comes with the same iOS 9 features as iOS 9.1, and will make it more convenient to use your Apple Pay card when you’re using it at a store.
There’s also a new “iOS 11” theme and a new Apple Music app that will support Spotify and Apple Music Premium, which are two subscription services that Apple announced last year.