Apple has packaged a tonne of improvements to i OS 10 including updates to Apple Music, News, Mail, widgets, the Lock screen and much more.
The new OS from Apple brings a host of new features, tips and tricks.
We'll keep an eye on things as new updates roll out, and if you've got any tips of your own that we've not covered, mention them in the comments.
How to remove the need to press the Home button to unlock your i Phone: By default on Touch ID enabled i Phone and i Pads you now have to press the Home button to get to the Home screen.
To access simply swipe from right to left to the second pane.
We've worked our way through the operating system in order to help you take advantage of the new stuff and allow you to understand the latest software on your phone.
We've detailed the new ones from i OS 10 first, but included a number of our favourites and power tips from i OS 9 too so you can get the most from your phone.
Apple has released the final GM version of i OS 10 to Public Beta users and set a date for the full public release on the 13 September.
It is the latest update from the company and the first major one since the launch of i OS 9 in 2015.
Anywhere on the Lock screen swipe from left to right.
How to access Home Kit devices on Lock screen: Swipe from the bottom of the screen up to reveal Control Center and then swipe from right to left three times How to access Music controls in Control Center: Apple has moved the music controls in Contol Center two a second page.
You can change this by going to Settings and then toggling Rest Finger to Open. How to quickly look at your notifications: Simply pick up the phone from an off state and it will wake up showing you all the notifications you've got on the Lock screen.
To turn this feature on or off go to Settings Raise to Wake.