iPhone 4s reviews – Apple has just showcased the presence of iOS 9 in front of developers at the Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC) 2015 event. Now that you know what the latest features are, then turn any handset supporting this iOS.
On stage, Vice President of Software Engineering Craig Federighi, as quoted from The Verge, Tuesday (9/6) says that devices with an iOS 8 base can update for free to iOS 9.
In detail, users of iPhone 4S, iPhone 5, iPhone 5S, iPhone 5C, iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus can enjoy iOS 9. While iPad Air and iPad Air 2, as well as all the iPad Mini are some that receive this update.
In iOS 9, the latest Siri is named Proactive. Arguably has similar capabilities to Google Now. Call it some of them are able to give agenda warnings accompanied by traffic conditions.
Siri Proactive is also able to browse your mailbox so as to give a guess for example there is a phone number that has not been saved in the contact book.
Especially for iPad users there is something special. Because iOS 9 now delivers more diversity for Multitasking. “iPad always supports multitasking, but our iOS 9 gives something new,” Craig explains.
He also said that iOS 9 is already acceptable to developers starting today, a public beta in July and a version for the public that also means iOS 9 final can be enjoyed in the coming autumn.
Instead of building one version of iOS 9 and then removing certain features for the old model device, Apple is precisely releasing the core version of iOS 9 that will be developed for devices powered by the A5 chipset.
According to the Phone Arena report, some of the features that will work well from this core version of iOS 9 will begin to be enabled on older models of devices one by one.
The new features that will be presented in iOS 9, including the addition of mass transit for Apple Maps. In addition, Apple also reportedly replaced the font of Helvetica Neue, which debuted in 2013 with iOS 7, becoming the San Francisco font, which was applied to Apple Watch.
Apple is also said to be testing a feature called Trusted Wi-Fi, which will be released later this year or next year. These features allow iOS devices (and Macs) to connect to authorized wireless routers without requiring additional security.
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