July 15, 2015
By Max Buondonno - Chief Editor
iOS 9, Apple's next operating system for their line of iPhones and iPads, was just recently announced at WWDC 2015, Apple's developer conference held at their headquarters. During the event, they announced their next versions of their operating systems, OS X El Capitan, the next OS for the Mac, and watchOS 2 for their lineup of Apple Watches, alongside Apple Music, the California giant's take on a music streaming service. The company announced a couple months ago their focus will be heavily on bug fixes and improvements to their current release, iOS 8. But they didn't just fix the bugs and make it faster, Apple added in some pretty sweet new features that are going to make you iOS device better than ever, like the new Notes app, transit directions in Maps, and improvements to CarPlay. Below is a list of the features I'm looking forward to the most in iOS 9:
If you wanna try out any of these features now, download the public beta of iOS 9 for your device at http://www.beta.apple.com, but be aware, there will be bugs.
Anyway, those are the features I'm looking forward to the most. iOS 9 will be made available to everyone in the Fall, including people with the iPhone 4S or iPad 2.