We’re excited to share the newest iPhone and iPod Touch update with you.
You’ll be able to stream music from your iPhone and your iPad on your iPhone or iPad, and on the Apple TV.
If you have an Apple TV, you can stream music using Siri or the Apple Music app.
This update also includes improvements to how the iOS Music app handles music streaming.
iOS 10.1: The most significant change in iOS 10 is the new iOS 10 feature: iCloud Music Library.
If there are multiple iOS devices on your network, you’ll be automatically synced with your iCloud Music Library, and you can access your music on your devices and other apps on your iOS devices.
iCloud Sync allows you to share music from iCloud to other iOS devices and iOS devices, including Apple TV and Apple Watch.
We’re also excited to announce the new iCloud Drive app for the iPhone and the iPad.
iDrive on the iPhone, iPad, iPod Touch, and Apple TV is a seamless way to sync music and files across devices.
iCloud Drive lets you share your files, folders, and songs across devices and share them directly from your iOS device.
For more information, see iCloud Drive on the iOS 10 iPhone and iCloud Drive for the iPad: What’s New on the Mac, Windows, and Linux.
If your device is not syncing across devices, the iDrive app is still supported on macOS.
iOS 11.0.1 introduces new features to the iOS operating system, including the ability to access your Apple ID on your Mac, iPhone, or iPad to access iCloud Drive.
iCloud Music is also now available in the Mac App Store, with the ability for you to manage your music.
iOS 12: The iOS 12 release brings significant new features, including: iOS 11: The latest version of iOS, which includes all of the new features and performance improvements.
iOS iOS 11 is the latest version that runs on all of Apple’s iPhones, iPads, and Macs.
iOS iPhone and iOS iPad: iOS 12 also includes support for iOS 11 on the new iPhone 4S and the new iPad Air.
macOS Sierra: macOS Sierra is now available for macOS Sierra users.
It includes many of the improvements in iOS 11 as well as improvements to the way apps and services behave.
iOS 13: iOS 13 brings major new features like Photos for iPad and Photos for iPhone, the ability on iOS devices to share photos from iCloud Drive, the new iPhoto for iOS, and a number of bug fixes.
iOS 14: iOS 14 brings the same new features found in iOS 13, plus support for the new macOS Sierra operating system.
iOS 15: iOS 15 brings the iOS 13 features and support found in OS X Yosemite and Sierra 10.11.2, plus new features such as iCloud Photos, iCloud Music, and the ability of connecting to the new Apple TV 4K.
iOS 16: iOS 16 brings the new built-in Siri and a revamped Siri Remote app.
iOS 17: iOS 17 brings many of iOS 13’s key features, and brings a host of improvements including new VoiceOver controls for the Siri Remote, a new look for Siri, improved Siri Shortcuts, and Siri integration with Siri.
iOS 18: iOS 18 brings the most powerful iOS yet, including Siri Shortcut support for accessing Siri, new gestures for accessing iMessage and FaceTime, a Siri Shortcode that is now stored on your device, and more.
iOS 19: iOS 19 introduces Siri Shortcodes that can be used in a number and format combinations to create a more natural experience for your Siri remote commands.
iOS 20: iOS 20 brings Siri Shortcings and VoiceOver support for voice control over Siri.
OS X Mavericks: OS X is the most popular OS for Mac and iOS, running on a wide range of devices including MacBook Pro, iMac, and PowerBook Pro.
The new Mavericks feature allows you use iOS to control other iOS features, such as iMessage, Messages, and Safari.
iOS 21: iOS 21 includes support to access the new Photos app and support for Siri ShortCasts and Siri ShortCode editing.
iOS 22: iOS 22 includes support on Macs and iOS 11 computers, along with new voice controls for iMessage.
iOS 23: iOS 23 includes new voice commands for iMessages, FaceTime and Siri, and support to control Siri Remote via Siri Short Casts.
iOS 24: iOS 24 adds support for iCal to the Apple Calendar app, and includes support of VoiceOver commands for Siri Remote.
iOS 25: iOS 25 adds support to Siri Short Codes on iOS 11 and includes Siri Short Code editing.
OS x Yosemite: OS x will be the most updated operating system to date with OS X El Capitan.
iOS 26: iOS 26 includes support across all Apple products for the latest iOS features and improvements, including new Siri Shortcast support, support for VoiceOver, and integration with Apple Music and Apple Pay.
iOS 27: iOS 27 includes support in the latest Apple TV for iOS