Consistently at its Worldwide Developers Conference, Apple uncovers the new OS features which it wants to convey to its product range such as iPhones, iPads, and MacBooks.
The current year’s even, which will happen on June 8-12, will probably take action accordingly, yet 9to5Mac’s Mark Gurman cases to have officially uncovered a few insights about what’s in store from Apple’s next enormous iPhone update.
Gurman has a solid reputation in terms of covering up Apple announcement. A year ago, he distributed screenshots of the new Health application much sooner than iOS 8 was introduced.
Based on Gurman’s latest reports, here’s what we can see in iOS 9:
Gurman says the new form will make Siri look more like the bright form on the Apple Watch. Expect new wallpapers and schemes, as well. iOS 9 will accompany a blue and green scheme as default, as indicated by the report.
That is not very astounding, given the iCloud issue that happened towards the end of 2014. In the meantime, Google has been truly vocal about the security upgrades its been making to Android also.
iOS 9 won’t accompany numerous new features and highlights it will be more steady and smooth. Gurman additionally reported in February that iOS 9 likely won’t be an enormous visual change. Rather, Apple will stress general enhancements to stability, efficiency and performance. Apple will likewise attempt to keep the size of the iOS 9 reasonable so that its less demanding for clients to really install it.