Some Speculated Updates We Can Expect In iOS 9
In the new iOS, you'll get public transport direction in maps. After the criticism that Apple maps faced, the Redmond giant has done a lot to try and improve their Maps as well as give tough competition to its daunting rival; Google Maps. Even after that though, directions and durations through public transport have been unavailable.
#6 Contact Status
Not sure whether how many of us will like this but this can definitely be one of the new updates. In the past there has been backlash about the 'Delivered' and 'Read' option, thanks to iMessage. If that wasn't enough, we now might get to see a particular contact's phone status (that is, Switched Off, Airplane Mode) as well as the availability of our friends and families, who also own iPhones.
Homekit will be your HOME app. Using it, we will be able to control all our home appliances without looking at them and will be able to turn off our electricity while sitting at work. This is going to turn out to be an extremely useful component to have on your Apple device and we can't wait for it to be formerly executed.
#4 'Swift' Language Programming to be Updated
This function was even available in iOS 8. This time it is speculated to embed code libraries into the iOS itself rather than into Swift based apps. While, this might mean a larger iOS file to install, it will also avoid the duplicating of data and therefore create more space on your device.
It is apple, there had to be iCloud. It'll sync all apps. While it hasn't been clear as to which apps will be synced, one can assume it will include Notes, Reminders and Calendar. Macworld says, "iCloud Drive syncing should lead to faster syncing between the apps as well as stronger security (thanks to the system's end-to-end data encryption)." Apple also plans to make iCloud easily accessible by introducing a new iCloud Drive app for users.
#2 'Rootless' to get Ruthless
A bad news for hackers and jail breakers. The security system called 'Rootless' is set to become extremely strict and will not allow the device to be easily broken into. Therefore, if you were planning on buying an Apple device from anywhere outside India and unlocking it in our country, think twice. It's going to be very tough to do so.
#1 Siri and Spotlight
Yes, a change is expected here too. Siri and the Spotlight search are set to undergo changes that will make them 'Proactive,' which is currently what the update is tentatively named. It is touted to become an extremely efficient personal secretary. According MacWorld, the update will be able to "offer a range of additional information and features based on user habits and intelligent contextual prediction."
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