But one of its most obvious limitations is the limited number of toggles and quick launch app shortcuts, and the lack of ability to customize it.
So the capability to customize and extend Control Center is one of the features that I hope makes it to iOS 10’s feature list. It has been on my iOS 8 and iOS 9 wish list as well.
Control Center was introduced with iOS 7 in 2013, since then, it has benefited from minor visual tweaks and the recent inclusion of a Night Shift toggle with iOS 9.3. In future updates, it would be great to see Control Center gain more hardware and system toggles, along with the ability for users to customise which toggles they require and where they are positioned. An enhanced Control Center could also add support for 3D Touch for additional options and introduce a new system-wide dark mode.
The ability to change the system toggles or Quick launch app shortcuts based on your preference, and taking advantage of 3D Touch are great ideas. We love covering concepts, but we seldom come across one that is so well made and well thought out.
Apple is widely expected to unveil iOS 10 during the WWDC 2016 Keynote, which is expected to take place in June.
Let me know what you think of the iOS 10 concept in the comments.