Activation of the crackling feature is now enabled on the new iPhone7s and 7s Plus models with the Apple iPhone 7 and 7 Plus models that launch today.
Apple is also making some changes to the software that will make it easier for users to use a variety of features on these devices.
The new version of iOS 8.3.4 is a minor update that includes a new user interface that makes it easier to switch between the iPhone 7’s Home Screen and the new Home Screen in a single tap.
The Home Screen is currently available only in the U.S., and it requires users to sign in to their Apple ID account with their iPhone number, or create a new Apple ID with their AppleID number.
Apple is also updating its iOS 8 app to make it simpler for users with older iPhones to download and install the new iOS 8 software.
The changes are also making it easier and quicker for users of the iPhone7 to download iOS 8 and iOS 8 Pro updates.
Apple will begin rolling out the updates for iOS 8 to users of iPhone7 models starting today, which means the iPhone and iPad users that have upgraded to iOS 8 will receive the first updates at no extra charge.
The update will also be available to Apple Watch owners that have purchased an Apple Watch, which will receive updates to iOS 9 and iOS 10 in the coming weeks.