Apple unveiled iOS 9 earlier this week at its annual Worldwide Developer Conference (WWDC), revealing that it will come stuffed with new features and functions.
Notably, Apple confirmed that any device that can support iOS 8 will be able to move to iOS 9, meaning that no-one on a more recent Apple device will be left behind.
There are still a few months until iOS 9 officially arrives, but V3 has put together a list of some of the most important changes, and how it compares with iOS 8, to help you know what your iPhone and iPad will be capable of when the update is installed.
10. Reduced installation file size
One of the big criticisms of iOS 8 was that it required a whopping 4.3GB of free space to install when doing an over-the-air update, the preferred method for most people when installing updates.
However, Apple chief executive Tim Cook announced on stage at WWDC that the move to iOS 9 will be much easier, as the firm has managed to squeeze the file size to just 1.3GB.
This should make it much quicker and easier to upgrade as it won’t require uninstalling apps or deleting photos and video, which put many off updating to iOS 8 when it first came out..
An interactive guide to iOS 9.
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