Those Control Center buttons now support 3D Touch. Not all of them. Flashlight does, though.
So does Camera.
Music now gets an extra part of Control Center, but it doesn't really do all that much that's new.
Speaking of which, Apple Music has a whole new look. The fonts have changed, the layout seems cleaner.
Albums are more clearly labeled, but is it any easier to find things? Yes and no.
It's a little easier finding recommended music versus the stuff in your own library.
A new app allows HomeKit accessories and appliances to directly hook into a centralized hub.
Yes, that's new wallpaper. Everyone loves new wallpaper, right?
One of my favorite new iOS 10 features is an extra part of the Clock app that sets waking and sleep cycles, with new gentler alarm music tones.
News has a design similar to Apple Music, but it still feels pretty similar to how it was before.
Notifications now look more bubbly, and you can see them right away by lifting the iPhone and not pressing a single button.
Widgets are found by left-swiping from the notifications pane. Some feel a bit too large for the screen space.
Apps can now show widgets just by pressing in on them. Right now, it's just Apple's apps.
Finally, you can "remove" (or hide) core Apple apps -- even iTunes. But some are still fixed, such as Health and the App Store.
Apple Maps looks redesigned, and mostly that means it looks better while driving.
Health has four new panes for things like Mindfulness and Nutrition. It's trying to be more cleanly laid-out and friendly as opposed to the weird, clinical thing it was before.
Messages has many odd novelties now. For example, messages can be sent with varying levels of intensity or style.
You can add several effects to messages: meet lasers.
Confetti just landed on this conversation.
Balloons! You can only pick one of these per message, and you can't combine with text styles.
Meet the new text-to-emoji keyboard translator.
If you can discover how, you can scribble doodles to a friend like you can on Apple Watch.
Or send a simulated heartbeat.
Some of the few available stickers you can send in Messages. This classic Mac sticker pack is the best.
I'm doodling on a 10-second video clip just because I can.
Memories is a new feature, scanning the photos in your iCloud library and curating them into collections locally on your device.
It's like what Facebook and Google do already, organizing by faces, places and days, and even making slideshow videos.