Apple has long been known for making its operating system work on iOS devices even if Apple hardware itself doesn’t.
But this week, Apple added another layer of complexity to its iOS experience, with a new firmware update.
iOS 9.3.3 has been downloaded to devices and is set to be released in the coming days.
This firmware update adds a new feature that will allow users to toggle the brightness of an iPhone or iPad in the dark, which will then be shown on a separate screen.
It’s similar to the way iOS 10.3 added the ability to change the color of an iPad, and it will be a welcome addition to iOS users who don’t want to see the color on a screen.
The feature was originally announced as part of iOS 9, but was released separately in the iOS 10 software update.
Now, it’s coming to iOS 9 and will be included in a future update to iOS 10 if it is not already included.
The toggle feature is similar to other features that have been added in iOS 9 to enable users to change colors or brightness.
For example, Apple has made the color switcher feature available to all users.
iOS 8 users who wanted to change their screen brightness would have to turn it off by holding down the brightness button.
Apple has been working on a new way to control and control your iOS devices for years.
But the company hasn’t been able to make the system work in the same way that it does for other products.
That was partly due to the fact that it has a complex firmware update system that is constantly evolving.
Apple’s update process is different from that of other manufacturers, which have been releasing updates for months or years at a time.
That means that devices and software makers can’t simply put a firmware update into the iOS app store and expect to get it to work.
It requires users to update their devices manually through a developer tool.
With this update, Apple is taking a different approach.
It is adding a feature to iOS that will make it easier for people to make changes to their iOS devices that will enable them to change how their device works.
It’s not clear how long this feature will be available to iOS devices, but it will likely be rolled out to devices in the near future.