Apple has released the beta 6 version of iOS 10 for developers for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch along with the beta 5 version for public testers. The latest beta version for the OS will most likely be the final testing version before Apple releases the iOS 10 publicly, which is most likely at an event next month.
Apart from the regular bugs and its fixes, the freshly released iOS 10 beta version brings an improvement to Siri. While Siri was found to respond inappropriately to requests concerning removed apps in the previous beta versions, the beta 6 of the iOS 10 enables Siri to offer appropriate responses. Other than this there is no major change or feature introduction.
iOS 10 departs from iOS 9 and its version by bringing a refreshed look to Apple Music, News, Maps, photos, smarter keyboard and much more. Users will even have the option of deleting system apps on board the iOS 10. iPhone users have often complained about the space crunch on their devices especially those with lower storage versions and with iOS 10, users can finally delete the company's built-in native apps like Maps, Calculator, Music, Videos, etc and download them again later when required.
To download the latest beta version if you are already testing iOS 10 beta on your device, head over to Software Update under Settings to find the OTA update. In case you are starting out but are a registered developer head over to Apple's developer page to install the beta profile.