What a day it’s been for Apple fans. Just a few days before the iPhone 7 launches on Friday, Apple has released iOS 10, which brings with it quite a few new features. But, as is becoming increasingly common, today’s rollout wasn’t without its issues, with some users reporting the update bricked their devices. Apple says all of the early kinks have been fixed.

What’s clear about today’s update is that Apple is trying to shift how people interact with their mobile devices. This is being done by making iOS more interactive at every stage of use, from the lock screen right down to how users communicate.

Now, applications on the lock screen are more feature rich and interactive, meaning you don’t even need to leave the lock screen if you don’t want to. To that end, Apple changed how users unlock their phone, which will take some getting used to. Gone is the familiar “slide to unlock” method, replaced by the combination of Touch ID and the press of the home button.

Elsewhere, Apple is embracing widgets by dedicating an entire screen to them. When you swipe left while on the main page of your home screen, you’ll be greeted by a hub of widgets; this feature’s usefulness is only as strong as the apps you have downloaded. It’s great for quickly glancing at information though it’s still not as useful as the widgets offered by Android.

The big star of iOS 10 is iMessage, which is now more powerful thanks to effects and the introduction of an app store. If you use applications such as Facebook Messenger or What’s App, Apple’s iMessage updates will feel familiar; stickers, for example, have been a part of Facebook Messenger for a while now.

However, Apple’s Digital Touch, initially introduced to the Apple Watch, is a lot of fun to play around with. The feature allows users to draw pictures, send a heartbeat, and more. These small touches help add flair to conversations so they’re more than just emoji and text bubbles.

There are several other big features available in iOS 10, such as third-party Siri support, a Homekit app, improved Maps, and several redesigned experiences, from Apple Music to News.

As an aside, the new Raise to Wake feature only works with Apple’s most recent devices that come equipped with an M9 coprocessor, which means if you have an iPhone 6 or older you’re out of luck.

Check out the video above to see what today’s iOS 10 update is all about.