A new piece of software that lets you maintain your iPhone or iPad is on its way to the iPhone App Store.
The software, called Maintenance Kit, is available in the Apple Developer Program, and it will be available for iOS 11 devices in early 2018.
“With the iPhone X, we’re providing more options for people to stay connected to their devices, and we’re offering more value to customers with the maintenance kit,” said Jason Fried, Apple’s vice president of software engineering.
The maintenance kit is a collection of tools that are designed to help you manage the various apps and data on your devices, such as iCloud, Messages, Photos, iCloud Drive, iCloud Photo Library, iMessage, Messages Calendar, Messages Notes, Music, and App Store Downloads.
Users can use the tool to perform a variety of tasks, such with Apple Pay, iCloud Passwords, iTunes Music, Maps, Photos and Apple Music.
In addition, users can set up reminders, create and manage a new iCloud account, check their iCloud storage and manage the devices themselves.
Apple also offers several other maintenance tools for its customers.
Users may also use the Maintenance Kit to perform tasks like resetting passwords, changing devices, updating devices, adding or removing apps, and deleting or removing data on the devices.
Apple has also made it easy to track your progress using a detailed progress bar.
It’s designed to display your daily, weekly, monthly, or yearly progress, and when it stops showing progress, you can tap the progress bar and it’ll say something like, “Progress is no longer available.”
For those who are less technically inclined, the maintenance tool also provides a variety for troubleshooting.
It shows you the status of your iCloud account and other apps, as well as the current version of iOS and other operating systems.
Apple is also providing a simple way to manage the iCloud backups and restore points for iCloud Drive.
There are three main ways to use the tools: 1.
Perform a maintenance check.
The tool will ask you for your password and for a date to start.
If you enter your password, the tool will tell you to perform the check, and if you don’t enter a password, it will tell the user to sign in to the iCloud app and then it’ll tell you if they’re in the maintenance process.
You can also tap the maintenance check to make changes to your account.
Create a new account.
To create a new Apple ID or password, you will need to go to iCloud Drive and create a backup.
You’ll then need to create a password with a different number than the one you entered in the previous step.
Then, you’ll need to sign into iCloud Drive with the new password.
Update your iCloud accounts.
You will need an iCloud account to perform maintenance, as you can’t change it at this time.
You also can’t perform maintenance without an iCloud password, which you can find in iCloud Settings, and you will have to create one for your new iCloud accounts after the check has been completed.
The app will then ask you to log in to iCloud to update your iCloud passwords and backups.
The iOS maintenance kit will be coming to other iPhone models, and Apple says it will expand the tool for other iPhone users as well.