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    Apple release iOS 9



    1. Better Battery Life
    Apple shocked fans by reducing the battery capacity of both the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus, but it claims the greater efficiency of iOS 9 will more than make up for this.
    Perhaps more interesting, however, is Apple says iOS 9 will also make existing iPhones, iPads and iPod touches last longer and it gives the example of an iPhone 6 getting an hour of extra use from a charge. How this also translates to other iOS devices remains to be seen.


    2. Power Saving Mode
    iOS 9 isn’t just about general battery improvements though, it also finally adds a power saving mode for times when you desperately need to conserve juice. Again Apple uses the example of an iPhone 6, and states this mode will give it an extra three hours of battery life.
    On the flip side, what the company hasn’t detailed yet is what sacrifices enabling this mode will bring. The obvious areas would be reduced background processes (notably third party app functionality), speed throttling and lower screen brightness – but only time will tell.


    3. Increased Storage Space
    Apple has been rightly criticised for continuing to offer just 16GB of storage in its base iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus models, but the good news is more space will be freed up on them and all iOS devices with iOS 9.


    Whereas previously the install footprint of iOS was approximately 4GB, iOS 9 will squeeze everything down to just 1.3GB – a 3.5x reduction. This will give users of smaller capacity iOS devices in particular precious extra gigabytes and also makes future iOS upgrades (where download space is required) a lot easier.
    4. Side-by-Side and Picture-In-Picture Multitasking
    For years now customisations of Android (notably in Samsung’s TouchWiz) have offered these two features, but now Apple brings both into the fold with iOS 9.


    The downside is that these features will be for iPads only – and only the iPad Air 2, iPad Mini 4 and iPad Pro at that – which is a shame as I think it would’ve also been useful on the 5.5-inch iPhone 6S Plus. That said Apple is famous for gradually rolling out features across devices, so iPhone owners shouldn’t be too upset yet.
    These are also joined by an improved app switcher with a new cards based interface. Somewhat similar to the vertical cards used in Android 5.0 Lollipop, Apple has adopted a horizontal scrolling action which also supports closing of multiple apps at the same time using multiple fingers. It also integrates Handoff to quickly send emails, messages, websites, etc to other Apple devices.


    5. Smarter Siri
    Siri had been falling behind Microsoft MSFT +2.27%’s Cortana and Google GOOGL +0.00%’s Voice Search, but iOS 9 sees it come back swinging. There is now greatly increased support for natural language search and Apple has finally opened access up to third party app makers.
    The two combined could be brilliant as developers find new and innovative ways of integrating voice control into their apps, and gaming in particular could be transformed.

    Siri on the new iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus will also get ‘always listening’ capabilities so users can say ‘Hey Siri’ to trigger requests even with the screen locked. Cleverly this will be voice specific to the owner(s) so iOS devices do not all spring to life if the command is uttered in a public place.


    6. Proactive Assistant
    Another area where Apple is making welcome catch up strides with iOS 9 is the new Proactive assistant, Apple’s answer to Android’s popular Google Now service.



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    Quote Originally Posted by nnm View Post


    1. Better Battery Life
    Apple shocked fans by reducing the battery capacity of both the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus, but it claims the greater efficiency of iOS 9 will more than make up for this.
    Perhaps more interesting, however, is Apple says iOS 9 will also make existing iPhones, iPads and iPod touches last longer and it gives the example of an iPhone 6 getting an hour of extra use from a charge. How this also translates to other iOS devices remains to be seen.


    2. Power Saving Mode
    iOS 9 isn’t just about general battery improvements though, it also finally adds a power saving mode for times when you desperately need to conserve juice. Again Apple uses the example of an iPhone 6, and states this mode will give it an extra three hours of battery life.
    On the flip side, what the company hasn’t detailed yet is what sacrifices enabling this mode will bring. The obvious areas would be reduced background processes (notably third party app functionality), speed throttling and lower screen brightness – but only time will tell.


    3. Increased Storage Space
    Apple has been rightly criticised for continuing to offer just 16GB of storage in its base iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus models, but the good news is more space will be freed up on them and all iOS devices with iOS 9.


    Whereas previously the install footprint of iOS was approximately 4GB, iOS 9 will squeeze everything down to just 1.3GB – a 3.5x reduction. This will give users of smaller capacity iOS devices in particular precious extra gigabytes and also makes future iOS upgrades (where download space is required) a lot easier.
    4. Side-by-Side and Picture-In-Picture Multitasking
    For years now customisations of Android (notably in Samsung’s TouchWiz) have offered these two features, but now Apple brings both into the fold with iOS 9.


    The downside is that these features will be for iPads only – and only the iPad Air 2, iPad Mini 4 and iPad Pro at that – which is a shame as I think it would’ve also been useful on the 5.5-inch iPhone 6S Plus. That said Apple is famous for gradually rolling out features across devices, so iPhone owners shouldn’t be too upset yet.
    These are also joined by an improved app switcher with a new cards based interface. Somewhat similar to the vertical cards used in Android 5.0 Lollipop, Apple has adopted a horizontal scrolling action which also supports closing of mobile casino free bonus multiple apps at the same time using multiple fingers. It also integrates Handoff to quickly send emails, messages, websites, etc to other Apple devices.


    5. Smarter Siri
    Siri had been falling behind Microsoft MSFT +2.27%’s Cortana and Google GOOGL +0.00%’s Voice Search, but iOS 9 sees it come back swinging. There is now greatly increased support for natural language search and Apple has finally opened access up to third party app makers.
    The two combined could be brilliant as developers find new and innovative ways of integrating voice control into their apps, and gaming in particular could be transformed.

    Siri on the new iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus will also get ‘always listening’ capabilities so users can say ‘Hey Siri’ to trigger requests even with the screen locked. Cleverly this will be voice specific to the owner(s) so iOS devices do not all spring to life if the command is uttered in a public place.


    6. Proactive Assistant
    Another area where Apple is making welcome catch up strides with iOS 9 is the new Proactive assistant, Apple’s answer to Android’s popular Google Now service.
    Very informative post, thanks
    Last edited by tonymark; 04-20-2018 at 07:58 AM.

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