iOS 22.214.171.124 is rolling out to the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch today.
Apple released the update today, just before the company announced a major hardware and software update for the Raspberry Pi.
As we previously reported, the update will add a new wireless camera and audio module for the Pi, as well as support for the Canary camera.
For a refresher on Apple’s camera app, click here.
You can get the update for your iPhone, iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, iPod, iPad mini and iPod Touch running the latest version of iOS.
If you’re not on iOS 9, you can grab the latest software update via the iTunes app on your iPhone or iPad or through the new App Store.
The update also includes the first look at a redesigned Camera app.
Users will see a new interface that’s more responsive, and the ability to adjust the camera’s focus to better fit the size of your face.
A few of the features of the Camera app include the ability for you to capture photos in portrait or landscape mode.
The Camera app has also been revamped to give users more control over the color of the photos they take.
The new Camera app will have a new user interface that includes a color filter, a new photo filter, the ability that will allow you to choose the background color of your photos, and new filters for exposure, exposure compensation, contrast, and noise reduction.
We’ll be sure to let you know when iOS 9 rolls out to other devices in the near future.