By now you probably know that Apple is going to be releasing iOS 9 in April.
It’s been a busy few weeks with the launch of iOS 9.1 and the release of the new iPhone 7, so we’re starting to see some big changes in iOS 9 with the introduction of the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6 Plus.
iOS 9 has a number of major changes to the way iOS works, including new features like Messages, Apple Pay, the Siri Remote, the App Store, iCloud Drive, iCloud Photos, iCloud Music, and Siri.
Apple also announced the arrival of a new video calling feature, which we’ll be covering in our iOS 9 review.
Here’s what you need to know about the major changes coming in iOS 10.1.
Messages When Messages finally comes to iOS 10, it will replace Messages for iPhone and iPad users.
Users will still be able to use the same contacts and calendar features, but they will no longer be able view, edit, and delete messages.
Messages will also only show up in the Messages app on iPhone, and not in any other app.
Apple has said that this change is to improve battery life for iOS devices, and it will make Messages a bit faster for everyone.
You can read more about what this means for iPhone, iPad, and Mac users in our full iPhone, iOS, and Messages review.
Apple Pay Apple Pay will also get a big upgrade in iOS10.
It’ll work on iPhone and iPod touch devices running iOS 10 or later.
You will now be able tap and hold a card and receive your card payment directly from the Apple Pay app on your device.
There are some caveats with Apple Pay.
For one, you will need to have an Apple Pay enabled device to use Apple Pay in the first place.
If you have an iPhone, you can use it to pay at Apple Stores, but if you don’t have an iOS device, you’ll have to download Apple Pay to your iOS device and use the app on it.
The other caveat is that the app will require a certain amount of data, which is not currently shared across the different devices.
That’s why you’ll need to make sure you have a data plan in place to use all the Apple Store locations that Apple Pay works at.
The new Apple Pay interface is sleek and easy to use.
It includes a new look, new features, and a few other tweaks.
It looks good, too.
Apple is also introducing a new “Pay in Minutes” feature that lets you quickly check your Apple Pay balance while using your device, but that feature isn’t coming to iOS 9 until later this month.
In the meantime, you’re going to need to get ready to pay for things with Apple Cash.
This feature works with Apple and other major credit cards and debit cards.
Apple will begin to introduce this feature in March.
Messages in iCloud While Messages will be going away, Messages will still work.
You’ll be able send messages to friends, call people, and manage all your contacts in Messages.
Messages also has a few new features in iOS9, including better handling of text messages.
You won’t need to worry about getting a hold of your phone in the same place over and over again.
You should also have some idea about how to use a new keyboard and how to type with the new keyboard.
The Messages app is the best place to send a message and is where you can also send video messages, as well.
In iOS9 the Messages application will have a new home.
This is the place to view your messages, find messages you want to send, and more.
This makes Messages look a lot more like the iPhone app, which means it’s much easier to navigate.
You could also make the switch to iCloud Drive on your iPhone if you’re worried about losing your photos and contacts.
iCloud Drive will allow you to save files on your computer, which will make it easier to keep your conversations and photos on your iOS devices.
Messages and iCloud Drive can be synced in iCloud.
iCloud makes it easy to share your messages across multiple devices and to make changes to them.
This will also make it much easier for you to find new friends and find the things you want.
iCloud is a lot like the AppStore, but you can add and manage multiple apps, such as Calendar, iBooks, Mail, and Maps.
Apple says that iOS 9 is the only version of iOS to include iCloud Drive.
This should help you keep your messages and photos up to date and make it easy for you.
The iCloud Drive app will be coming to iPhone, iPod touch, iPad and Mac in March, but it’s going to launch on iPhone first.
The Apple Watch Apple is finally making its Watch app available on iOS.
It will be available in Apple Stores and Apple Authorized App Store stores, and you can download it on iOS devices and iOS devices with the latest iOS version.
The Watch app is a great