What’s on Ubuntu 15.10? We asked our experts to share the highlights of the next major release
Ubuntu 15 is the latest version of Ubuntu designed for the mainstream desktop, and it’s here that the software’s developers will be taking their cues from Apple.
Here’s a look at the big new features of the latest release: New Ubuntu Touch Features for Android The Ubuntu Touch keyboard and touchpad are the first major new feature in the OS.
They’re a little different from the standard keyboards and trackpads of iOS and macOS, and they’re also slightly smaller.
The new hardware also includes a redesigned touchpad, which is more comfortable to use and has a much nicer feel.
The trackpad is slightly smaller and lighter than the standard touchpad.
The screen is also slightly larger, which means it can display up to twice the resolution of the standard display.
These new touches will let users quickly swipe from a new app or menu to access the app or navigation controls, which will also be available on the desktop.
You can also tap a new icon on the left edge of the screen to go back to the previous menu.
New Notification Center for Android This new notification center is a lot more interesting.
It looks a lot like Apple’s Notification Center, but it’s designed to be a bit more user-friendly.
Instead of waiting for the notification to appear, you’ll get a notification instead.
There’s also a small slider that you can change the color of the icon.
And if you tap the icon, you can see a preview of what’s coming up next.
This feature is available in the Ubuntu Touch preview, and is only available in Ubuntu 15 for Android.
Ubuntu Touch OS on the Mac The Ubuntu Desktop also includes support for the new Mac OS X operating system.
The Mac OS, the most popular operating system in the world, has grown in popularity and power over the past few years.
But the operating system has been slow to catch up to the growing number of tablets and smartphones.
Apple is also looking to build on that success by introducing a new desktop version of the operating, and that’s where Ubuntu 15 will be built.
You’ll be able to choose from more than 100 Ubuntu applications and applications for the Ubuntu Desktop.
And that includes the GNOME 3 desktop, the Unity desktop, Ubuntu Media Center, and more.
There are also a bunch of new desktop widgets for applications, as well as the ability to add new desktop icons and other graphical elements.
Ubuntu 15 on the iPhone and iPad The new version of Linux and iOS has been designed for Apple’s hardware.
Ubuntu is designed to run on those devices, but there are still some differences between Ubuntu and Linux on iOS.
For one thing, there’s a more limited selection of apps for iOS.
And there are some things you can’t do on Android.
The Ubuntu Touch phone and tablet release also brings the ability for developers to build apps for Ubuntu.
These apps will be able run on both the Ubuntu desktop and on the iOS version of an app, which Ubuntu developers will get to choose.
There’s a new version control system called Trello, which includes features like the ability of users to add and delete content and mark tasks.
You also get to edit your Trello entries.
The developer tools, called Unity, also get a major makeover, with the ability add multiple users and multiple projects.
And Ubuntu now offers a way to easily update Ubuntu’s software.
Ubuntu’s new version 15.04 is a long way off from the final version, but for the time being, the desktop OS is very much up to date.
If you’re a Ubuntu user and you’ve been waiting to get the new operating system on your iPhone or iPad, you might be disappointed to find that this is not the case.
You’ll have to wait for Ubuntu 15, which isn’t set to be released until next year.