Unless you’ve been living under a rock you’re probably aware that Apple recently announced iOS 9 at their WWDC 2015 developer conference. So what’s new in Cupertino’s flagship mobile operating system? Well for one, Apple is promising a “more intelligent” operating system. That means that iOS 9 will actually collate information on your location, recent searches, and app that you’ve used in order to help you actually get things done on your device in a much more efficient manner (think Google Now on Android).
iOS 9 also fixes a number of Wi-Fi bugs, makes downloaded apps “thinner”, and saves you quite a bit of space by only installing device-specific services/data. There’s also improved multi-tasking if you’re an iPad user, caller ID, public transport directions for Apple Maps, and a whole lot more. As always, iOS 9 will be a free upgrade when it launches later on in Q3 2015. You can sign up for a public beta which will be starting sometime next month.