Apple Introduced iOS 9 At WWDC

Apple provided a glimpse of its upcoming iOS 9 OS on Monday at the company’s WWDC in San Francisco.

The new software program will work with all phones and tablets that at present support iOS 8 though not all features will work with older units. Additionally to get iOS 9, you will want less free space than earlier than to update wirelessly. That was an accusation with iOS upgrades in earlier years.

CEO Tim Cook introduced an update to the OS for its Watch that ought to make apps for its newest gadget speedier and help untether it from the iPhone. The so-called “native” applications will be out there to consumers this fall after an update to the watchOS.

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The new OS guarantees faster performance, longer battery life, enhancements to Siri and new multi-tasking features. It will be out there free of charge for all iPad and iPhone users within the fall.

For folks who are all the time in search of a charger, Apple introduced a new “low power mode” that it says will extend battery life by 3 hours.

“It pulls levers you did not even know existed,” Craig Federighi, senior VP of software engineering, told the crowd.

Apple additionally introduced that its mobile payments platform Apple Pay will soon be out there within the UK starting July and will be supported by 8 more banks. The corporate has additionally renamed its Passbook app to Wallet.

For a full walk-through, check out Top 10 iOS 9 features video below:


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