iOS 9 is now out, and it brings a list of new feature. Depending on if you own the right iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad, you can get iOS 9 right now for your iOS device.
First, we will go over what kind of iOS devices are eligible with iOS 9. Since there are quite a bit of older iDevices, some may think which device is compatible with iOS 9? Well, below, we will show you a list of different iOS devices that’s compatible with the latest software update.
iOS 9 Compatible Devices:
- iPhone 6
- iPhone 6 Plus
- iPhone 5s
- iPhone 5c
- iPhone 5
- iPhone 4s
- iPad Air 2
- iPad mini 3
- iPad Air
- iPad mini 2
- iPad 4th generation
- iPad mini
- iPad 3rd generation
- iPad 2
- iPod touch 6th generation
- iPod touch 5th generation
How To Upgrade To iOS 9:
For those wishing to upgrade to iOS 9 over the air (OTA), will have to go to General>Software Update which is in the Settings app. Users can also do so through iTunes by connecting your iOS device via USB to a PC or Mac running iTunes and choose Check for Update. The latest version of iOS 9 will require 1.3GB of free storage space.
Faster And More Efficient:
iOS 9 brings some new features with it, but something that is also noticeable is its efficiency and ability to make your iOS device run much smoother. This also helps your device to be more responsive while consuming less battery life.
Proactive And Better Spotlight:
iOS 9 takes your personal data residing on your iPhone in order to anticipate what users will search for before you search for it. This offers useful content suggestions in apps and when you bring up Spotlight search. Apps can now reveal their own content when using Spotlight, this feature now suggests relevant places, apps, people, places local and trending news and more.
Transit Directions, Siri And Side-By-Side Apps:
Apple maps now brings a features called Nearby and adds public transit directions in select cities. Siri in iOS 9 now lets users search a bigger list of topics with faster results, while understanding the user much better.
Looking over to the iPads, if users swipe to the right-end of the screen, you will bring a second app without leaving the one you are currently in. In addition, the iPad Air 2, iPad mini 4 and iPad Pro can now run two apps using a new feature called Side-By-Side.
Furthermore, if you are watching a video or using FaceTime, you can now press the Home Button and the video screen will shrink down in a corner for you to perform another task.
iCloud Storage And Pricing:
iCloud storage also received some tweaks, starting right now, you can get 50GB for 99 cents per month as the lowest tier of cloud storage. Apple removed the 500GB tier and cut the prices of the 200GB and 1TB to $2.99 and $9.99 a month.
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Source info: iDownload.blog