Rumors are saying that the Apple’s new iOS 9 is going to be much more stable and less buggy, because Apple is going to shift its priorities from focusing on new and flashy features to building on the existing framework to assure its users that what they’re being offered works well.
Apple’s iOS 9 is expected to be launched later this year, maybe in the summer, but there is no official information on this and judging how Apple operates, they will keep information about the new release a secret until the moment they choose to present iOS 9 to the world.
Apple will be focusing also on making their new operating system more lightweight in order to accommodate 16GB iPhone owners. This type of optimization would make lots of people happy, analysts believe. Still, the main focus is going to be on system stability.
Apple’s iOS 8 was Apple’s most flawed and criticized operating system to date. One of its biggest problems came after an update that rendered thousands of iPhone unable to make calls. In order to fix the issue, Apple made an unprecedented move and urged people against going through with the update and they also allowed users to revert back to the previous operating system. The next day after it had launched the faulty update, Apple released a new iOS update which fixed all the bugs of the initial update.
But iOS 8 wasn’t just one large flaw, it did enable Apple Pay which is a huge hit for Apple and people are loving it. iOS 8 also added in some features that make it compatible with the Apple Watch, a smartwatch that is yet to go on sale. There is no official confirmation from Apple when the device is going to be released, but rumors are pointing to April.
It was also recently revealed by Twitter that Apple’s current iOS and the issues it has had in the last months has caused the company to lose around 4 million clients. Apple has not responded to this accusation, but analysts believe this is just another reason for the tech giant to pull in late hours to released iOS 9 as soon as possible.
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