On Tuesday, Apple said it would make a new version of its iPad app compatible with the new iPhone 7.
The new version, called Pocket, will now show the same sort of high-resolution, color-coded pages as the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, with the same fonts.
Apple is also introducing a new app called Photos that is part of the Photos app suite that will let users browse photos from their camera roll, but without needing a photo-scanner.
The new Pocket app will be available to all users this week, Apple announced.
The Pocket app includes a color-curved wallpaper of images from Apple’s Photo Library, and the new Photos app will allow users to view and edit photos from Apple Music, Apple News, Apple Watch, the iMessage app, Apple Maps, and more.
The Pocket feature will be rolled out in the U.S. this week and will be included in a new beta version of the Pocket app that Apple will roll out to other countries later this week.