Friday, September 18, 2015

Upgrade to iOS 9 Now

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Apple Releases iOS 9 to the Public

Apple fans can now upgrade to iOS 9, with Apple having released the latest version of its mobile operating system to every iOS user around the world. Anyone with an iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch running iOS 8 can upgrade their device for free, which makes doing so a bit of a no-brainer. The iOS 9 update clocks in at just 1.3GB, a lot less than the 4.6GB required to install iOS 8.
We have already covered iOS 9 in some detail, but here is a quick reminder of the main features it brings to iOS: New and improved apps including the new News replacing Newsstand, new abilities for Siri and Spotlight, true multitasking that allows you to use two apps side-by-side, an improved on-screen keyboard, and two-factor authentication (2FA) for iCloud.
To upgrade to iOS 9, go to Settings, and download the update. Then tap Generaland select Software Update. Assuming your device is already up-to-date and has enough free space, iOS 9 should install without any issues. However, some people are experiencing issues, so don’t blame us if iOS 9 fails to install correctly!

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