Apple’s making it easy to free up space, when you need it, and to keep that space free when you don’t.
It’s added a range of new settings aimed at helping you do that.
This is more useful the bigger the phone, obviously – it’s no coincidence that it first came to the i Pad. Apple has added another, slightly less important, one-handed feature.
That’s done in the storage settings, where you can choose to remove anything you don’t use for a while.
As ever, though, Apple only had time to run through the big and obvious ones.
Those are likely to be the same features that you’ve stumbled on already: the updates to the App Store, to i Message and to the general look and feel of many of the apps.
Those include different things from all around the phone, from switching to the camera to using it as a remote for your house or Apple TV. It’s done by going to the Settings app, rather than the control centre itself, and heading to the right option.
There, you can choose to “customise controls”, and pick which buttons you want as well as the order to display them in.