September saw the release of iOS 9, which is the latest major update on Apple’s primary operating system for all of its mobile gadgets. What Apple said about this update could not be more true, as it does, indeed, bring to the table a host of features which are entirely useful to users, to the point that they’ll never have to look for third-party apps just to get what they need. This is because much of the key updates in the this release center on introducing apps and features that focus on practicality and cater to users’ daily activities.
For instance, iOS 9 now comes with a built-in Map app and Notes app. In the former, the user can get all the travel and directions that he needs both from the map interface and from Siri. The Notes app, on the other hand, now makes it possible for users to attach files, a map, URL, and finger sketches on their notes.
These are but some of the noteworthy changes introduced in this update. In sum, though, iOS 9 is clear proof that Apple intends to go for the more minimalistic route in their mobile devices. Many of the main innovations that they introduced in iOS 9 are proof enough of this And, if you want to get a concise and overall glimpse of just what these leading-edge changes are, just refer to the infographic prepared by Dot Com Infoway.