Apple is using the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus to deliver email through the Apple Mail app, Apple has revealed.
Apple said it has “enhanced the user experience” of the iPhone email app, adding that Apple Mail can now “send emails, calendar entries, reminders, reminders with pictures, attachments, and audio”, and that it can send attachments in attachments and send text messages in text messages.
Apple’s new iPhone email service is available in the US and the UK.
The service, which will cost £5 a month for a one-month subscription, includes free, unlimited, or low-cost accounts for the first two years.
Apple has also revealed that the iPhone and Apple TV have been updated with new features, including Siri and iMessage.
The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are the only iPhones to feature the new iMessage feature, which lets users send and receive text messages using their iPhone or Apple TV.
The Apple Mail update also adds a new feature called “Share”, which allows users to send and share links and photos between their devices.
Apple is using its iMessage app to deliver emails, and the iOS update has also introduced new options in the Settings menu that allow users to enable the Apple Music service on their devices, as well as allow them to “skip the Apple Store” and use Apple’s iOS app.
Apple also added a new “Send from iPhone” option in Settings on iOS 10, which allows iPhones to send emails and calendar entries to the Apple Watch.
Apple also added “Add a new email address” in Settings, which allowed users to add an address to a list of recipients for a recipient email address.
Apple announced the iPhone 7 on Thursday, which is expected to ship to users on November 12.