Apple has a new mobile operating system that it’s calling iOS 10.
But it’s not just the platform that’s new.
The new app-store is now also being used as the platform for apps.
The company’s announcement that it was moving iOS 10 from the App Store to the web on Wednesday marks the first time in the company’s history that an app has gone from the app store to the cloud.
And the company is already working on a similar app-cloud-first approach for the new operating system.
Apple is moving its iOS 10 to the iOS cloud This is a big shift, as iOS 10 is already the most popular mobile operating systems, and many people expect the new version to have more of a market share than iOS 9.
And it makes sense.
The iOS platform has always been popular with developers, and its open, open source nature is what many people see as the main reason why developers can continue to build for iOS.
iOS 10 has had a few major updates, including a redesign to make the software more usable and a few tweaks to the way iOS handles its notifications.
The latest updates have been designed to make things easier to use, but the big news for developers has been the move to the open source iOS cloud.
The cloud version of iOS 10 will be called “iCloud for Work,” and Apple is already offering a service called iCloud for Work for free to developers.
Apple also says that the app-level cloud-ready version of the platform will be available in “early 2016.”
While the cloud-only version of iCloud for work is going to be available at a lower price than the iOS version, it will be a full-fledged version of a platform that is already popular.
The “Cloud for work” version of Apple’s iOS 10, which has been in beta for about a month, will come with a number of new features, including new features like sharing photos, calendars, and notes with your family and friends.
Apple says that this version of macOS will be more than just a “virtual” version.
It will be the first platform that you can use for everything you do in the cloud, including photo, music, and other content.
It also includes the ability to sync files from your iOS devices to the iCloud service, which allows for faster backup and sync than using the AppStore or iTunes Store.
And with iCloud for Works, Apple will also offer “cloud storage” for apps that run in the background.
This includes file syncing, so that you’ll be able to access files on your Mac while you’re at work, and for other apps that are built into iOS, like Messages and FaceTime.
iOS 9 also included a number toggles, but iOS 10 also includes a number that can be used to change some of the more subtle features that make iOS apps look more like a traditional app.
The changes to the App store for iOS 10 are not the only changes that have been made in the iOS 10 beta.
For example, Apple has added support for more fonts.
While the iOS App Store was built around one typeface, Apple is now adding support for four different fonts, including the new Open Sans.
There are also some smaller changes to how Apple is handling the App Stores, like using different types of links for downloads and downloads in different languages.
And while the iPhone has had the App of the Month feature for more than a year, iOS 10 supports the same feature in the browser as well.
Apple has also added a “WebKit” component to iOS, which is basically the code that makes iOS look like a web browser.
The WebKit component allows developers to add some extra functionality to iOS that is currently not available in the Appstore.
In the latest version of Safari, for example, developers can add a “share” button to the top of the browser to let users share links to other sites.
Apple doesn’t specify when these changes will be made available to developers, but it’s likely that these will be coming in the coming months.
The Mac version of OS X is also getting new features to make it easier to customize the OS.
For the first two years, OS X has used the same set of APIs that Windows does, so developers can take advantage of the same things that developers do on Windows.
But the new features that Apple has made available in iOS 10 mean that developers will be able now to make OS X apps with more features that are more “universal.”
For example: iOS 10 now includes the “Open Source Design” feature, which lets developers build custom apps with an API that isn’t available in every app that uses the same OS.
And iOS 10 includes a “Open Font Format” feature that allows developers use the Open Type Font Format, which Apple uses in its own apps.
These are features that will help make iOS 10 apps look a lot like their Windows equivalents.