iOS 9: The nine features we really want

iOS 9: The nine features we really want

iOS 9 Review

The next major version of Apple’s mobile operating system, iOS 9, is already in the works at Apple’s headquarters in Cupertino. We don’t know a lot about iOS 9 yet, but according to rumors, the update may focus more on optimization and stability improvements rather than design changes and new features.

iOS 9

Apple generally announces a new version of its iOS operating system in June at its WWDC conference in June, before releasing it with a new iPhone or iPad later in the year. With iOS 8.2 now the current version of the OS, it’s time to look to iOS 9 and see what it has in store for us.

We don’t have a lot of information on the operating system, yet, other than the fact that Apple is seeing iOS 9 as a clean-up operation and a chance to make it more reliable and stable. We also know that it will most likely be released alongside the iPhone 6S (or iPhone 7 if Apple changes its naming convention). Until we get more solid information, it doesn’t mean that we can’t list what we’d like to see. We’ll admit that some of the features that we’ve listed aren’t all that likely to be implemented, but you can’t stop us from dreaming.

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1. Set third-party apps as default

Apple finally opened up iOS 8 and allowed us to install third-party keyboards – a feature Android has had for years. It also added Extensions, which lets you use carry out an action in one app from another. For example, you can browse images in Photos, but edit them in Camera+.

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Source: David Ludlow

Image Source:Álvaro Ibáñez