How Advanced Control Center In iOS 10 With 3D Touch Works [Video]

Although we’re not near to get our first glimpse at what Apple has in store with the next-generation of iOS. Technically, there’s good four months or so left before Apple utilizes the fact that it has many developers all one place during its annual Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) to show off its first beta version of major iOS version, should be the case, will be iOS 10. No one however knows anything about what could be included in the next-gen iOS, but can imagine and notion what could be included with that particular release, and that is exactly what shown in this ‘Advanced Control Center’ concept for iOS 10.

Control Center has become an incredibly useful addition to iOS since it was authenticated with tweaks and perks in late 2013. Played a central part of the iOS experience in recent years and what more to say is. Having the ability to quickly access fairly used controls and system settings, which has been some that has really resonated with iPhone and iPad owners, today. By adding additional toggles like Night Shift to Control Center as part of the ongoiung iOS 9.3 pre-release seeds, Apple has shown its helping hand, meaning that it definitely has a future going forward.

iOS 10 Control Center Concept With 3D Touch
The conceptualized Control Center nevertheless takes an interesting turn by integrating Apple’s pressure sensitive 3D Touch functionality into it, naturally expanding the utility of the pop-up settings menu. For instance, a hand press hold on the Wi-Fi icon lets you quickly choose a network to join. The user would be presented with a set of options, including “Turn Wi-Fi On/Off”.

Apple appears to have no intention of making Control Center customizable, but there’s also an element introduced into the experience. The video shows off the ability to replace system toggles and calls to action that are rearely utilized with which a user intracts with no more common basis. Still there’s the ability to keep toggles in Control Center, but to rearrange them to make those more-frequently accessed toggles more prominent on the display. There’s another addition introduced of a system dark mode that directly takes the whole ecosystem to an unprecedented level of visual excellence.

With the upadted Control Center works with 3D Touch, iOS 10 would allow the user to bring up a range of contextual Quick Actions menu by involking a force tap on one of the toggles within Control Center. iOS 10 concept also shows up the ability to rearrange settings icons and swap in entirely new shortcuts, such as Low Power Mode, and a toggle for Cellular connection. In addition, AirDrop and AirPlay have been reduced to icons.

You can watch it in action in the video embedded below.

It’s certainly an interesting concept and definitely sets the tone for the launch of iOS 10. It’\s very easy to imagine Apple implementing these aforementioned features, but in a real-time, it could change a lot.

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