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Craig Federighi, Apple senior vice president of software engineering, speaks about the new iOS 10 at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference in the Bill Graham Civic Auditorium, San Francisco, Monday, June 13, 2016. (AP Photo/Tony Avelar)

Apple's iOS 10 arrives Tuesday. Here's what you should expect.

iOS 10: Siri New Features

Apple will release iOS 10 to iPhone and iPad users Tuesday and the new operating system will more significant than just a few minor tweaks.

One of the big upgrades is a smarter Siri that can recognize natural language.

Other big upgrades, according to Apple:

  • You can wake your phone just by lifting it. No buttons necessary
  • Text messages now include animations and suggests words that can be turned into emoji
  • You can send an obscured, "Invisible Ink" message the recipient has to touch with their finger to uncover
  • You can answer messages in the notification itself without opening it

iOS 10 has been in development and was first announced publicly in June. It's free, like all recent iOS updates.
This version of iOS has been in public beta since July, and you can still get the beta version until the official one is released at some point today (Apple hasn't specified when) 

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