Did You Know This About the iOS 9 Features?
The ongoing Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (8 June – 12 June) has given its fans a sneak peek into the vision of the company on several respects. This includes Apple Music, the HomeKit platform, Apple Pay and Apple Passbook and a host of others. What fans are also learning a lot about are the distinguishing features of iOS 9 that are soon going to rock. So, if you couldn’t make it to the latest headlines on WWDC 2015, here’s your chance to enjoy the complete insight on iOS 9 features!
This is one update all iOS users have eagerly been waiting for! With this feature available, you will no longer have to bother about managing space on your iOS-based device. This is simply because the App Store will download only the components that are required to run a particular app on your device and not its irrelevant parts. So, App Thinning will help you conserve space and thereby enable you to enjoy better device performance.
This one will, kind of, let you multitask! While you are playing games on your iOS 9-based device, you can record clips of your session in the background and promptly share them on social media. This way you can endorse and invite your friends to the gaming sessions and also let them know what’s keeping you busy…
To personalize this OS version for all users who aren’t particularly happy about their devices vibrating to notify of an alert, Apple offers you a simple way to disable vibration. This isn’t specific to an app; if you disable this feature, all vibrations will turn off throughout the iOS.
While you are on the go, if you’re particularly running out of battery – simply turn on the Low Power Mode and keep your device going. Mail fetch, animated wallpapers and Background App Refresh won’t work while this mode is on; but, isn’t that better than having a dead device to even reach out with during an emergency?
Wow, wouldn’t it be so much easier to be able to type on a keyboard that enabled lowercase letters, just by tweaking in a little? With the introduction of the iOS 9, not only will you be able to use the lowercase keyboard, you will also get to use a whole new font style – San Francisco – the default font style to be deployed on iOS 9 and Mac OS X.
As it seems so now, this is just the beginning. While Apple isn’t announcing all these features in a very vocal manner at the WWDC 2015, it doesn’t mean we won’t talk about them… So, for more updates on the WWDC 2015 or the lesser spoken about features of the iOS 9, watch out this space.