By now, you’ve probably noticed that your favorite apps on the iPhone and Android don’t work with Apple’s latest version of the operating system.
A few weeks ago, Google released a new update to its operating system that allowed users to update their phones and tablets without worrying about getting their data stolen, or compromised by hackers.
It’s called iOS 10, and it’s a big step forward for Google.
Apple had previously released iOS 10 as a free update to all users.
Now, Google is offering a $199 upgrade for existing users, which includes the ability to restore your data to the previous version of iOS 10.
Google’s announcement today also includes the Android version of its OS, which has also been upgraded.
The iOS 10 update is the latest update for Google’s Android OS, and comes in three parts.
In the first part, Google includes the latest security updates for Google Wallet and the Google Search app.
Next, Google also includes a new version of Chrome OS called Android KitKat, which is designed to run on Android devices.
Finally, Google adds a new way to sign into your Google account from your Android device.
As for the other two updates, Google will be rolling out a new iOS update for Android devices that includes new security features.
Android KitKat and Chrome OS have been updated since the first Android version, which was introduced in 2009.