During the Apple event for debutantes iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, the company also announced the starting date of seeding for the much awaited iOS 9. Mark your calendars, iUsers, on the 16th of September so you can’t be late in receiving the improved platform.
What should we expect on the upcoming operating system? For one, it features the more proactive Siri who is currently gracing the different Apple devices, making her the most celebrated virtual assistant (in our opinion) today. The platform also brings in the independent News app that can serve as iUsers morning newspaper or updater. And last but obviously not the least—the much better multi-tasking experience we always want to have right on our devices.
Apple iOS 9 can work with older Apple hardware like the iPhone 4s and iPad 2.
Meanwhile, as consumers are ready to accept iOS 9, developers are prompted to prepare for the upcoming iOS 9.1 Beta. According to the update, the latest version supports 12.9-inch display screens like the upcoming iPad Pro that will hit the markets by November this year. Additionally, 9.1 optimizes the newest multi-tasking features such as the split screen and picture-in-picture video playback.
Apple Pencil support, Live Photos and 3D touch features are expected as part of the package in the latest version. But for iUsers who are fond of expressing themselves via emojis, don’t get too excited but Apple enhanced this area as well.