Come this fall and all the Apple users will be enjoying the latest updated OS, iOS9.
Before that if you are a daring one then this post totally belongs to you as Apple today has launched public beta version of iOS9 alongside public beta version of OS X 10.11 El Captain. As claimed on its website Apple says “iOS 9 is full of enhancements you’ll appreciate every day”. Apple’s still pretty new to this whole public beta thing, but that didn’t stop it from dropping two consumer previews today. The public beta will allow users to test the new features of iOS 9 before Apple launches in a stable build of the operating system this fall. Users can sign up to be a Beta Program member on Apple’s Beta Program site. Apple released the third beta of iOS 9 and will likely continue to release new builds every two weeks leading up to the public launch this fall. As stable as the iOS 9 beta seems right now, it’s still not ideal for use as a daily driver. If you’re itching to taste the future, you might want to use a spare, sacrificial iDevice just in case.
Talking about iOS9, it includes a variety of new features like Proactive search, Transit in Apple Maps, and a new Notes application. Performance has improvised, for iPad split screen multitasking has been introduced, new checklists and sketching features, Maps now offers transit directions, Mail allows for file attachments, and there’s a new “News” app that learns your interests and delivers relevant content you might like to read. Apple Pay is being improved with the addition of store credit cards and loyalty cards, leading “Passbook” to be renamed to “Wallet” in iOS 9.
All you have to do is wait for Fall and iOS9 will be all yours.