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Here we show you how to update to iOS 9 directly from your iPhone or from your PC or MAC. Devices compatible with iOS 9 & most of the special new features.
iOS 9 is compatible with:
How To Update:
Directly from iPhone/ iPod touch/ iPad:
SETTINGS—–>General——>Software Update——>Update and Install——->Passcode——->Agree
NOTE: It took me half an hour (with a decent WiFi) to update and install and consumed 10% of battery of my iPhone 6.
Open iTunes——>Connect Your iPhone——->Summary——–>Update——–>Agree
NOTE: We recommend you to update directly from your device .
Cool New Features of iOS 9:
You are on Facebook and you get a Whatsapp notification popup you click on the notification and it takes you to Whatsapp. How you go back to Facebook? Probably by using the app switcher. Not any more though. The back button in iOS 9 lets you do that just with one tap. Simple and Easy isn’t it.
We all love to click those selfies with that pout 😀 , don’t we? But when the time comes to keep those images as DP for Whatsapp or upload them on instagram we have to search the whole library for those beautiful mugshots we clicked. But not now. Now all those snaps you clicked using your front camera will automatically get stored into the ‘Selfies’ folder. What’s more, any screenshot taken goes straight to the Screenshots folder. Sounds cool. Digital consulting services in UAE.
Longer Battery Life:
Across the entire OS, apps and key technologies have been made more efficient to trim battery usage, so now you get more battery for the things you do every day. Now your iPhone knows if it’s face down on the table and prevents the screen from turning on, even when you receive notification.
Low Power Mode:
Battery on the verge of dying? No problem. The low power mode lets you extend your battery life even further. Apple says it can give you an additional hour of battery life before charging. We hope this is true. The low power mode reduces features like automatic download, background app refresh and mail fetch. However, all other functionalities (WiFi, bluetooth, GPS, etc) just work fine. The low power mode is smart enough to ask users to activate it when battery drops to 20%. Also, it automatically turns off when the battery is charged to 80%.
Siri is now updated and able to respond to even complicated commands with utmost accuracy. So, if you say “show me photos from my Mumbai trip last year“, incredible it will. Or say “show me photos of Abdul’s birthday” and ya it will even do that. If you get message from a friend about Sunday brunch, you can tell Siri, “Remind me about this” it will understand what you mean by ‘this’.
When Apple introduces spotlight search through iOS 8 it was a great hit. From anywhere you are just slide down and search for your favorite apps or contacts. But now through iOS 9 it has taken the spotlight search one step further. Now you can search for deep the app contents, directly call or message your friends from the search, do calculations and conversion in search.
One of the most useful addition to the OS. Ever we had to go through every option just to change a simple setting. Now you got an option of searching in the setting. So now just type in what are you looking for and tap on it as simple as this.
New App Switcher:
The new app switcher is perhaps the most visible change in UI and UX in iOS 9. It’s now faster when closing the background apps. And ya it looks cooler than it’s version.
Transport Feature in Maps:
Apple Maps now feature transport information with routes and directions. Transit is customized for each city, where available — so you’ll easily recognize signs and be able to pinpoint the nearest subway station entrance or bus stop. You can even ask Siri for transit directions. And since Maps is also an OS X app, you can plan a trip on your Mac and follow the route on your iPhone or Apple Watch when you’re on the go.
NOTE: For now transport feature is available only for Baltimore,MD. Chicago,IL. China. London,UK. Mexico City. New York City,NY. Philedelphia,PA. San Francisco,CA. Toronto,Canada. Washington,DC.
Based on the apps you commonly use and the time of day you use them, you’ll get intelligent suggestions for what you might want to do next — even before you ask. If you get an email with a flight reservation or a restaurant confirmation, iOS 9 can create a suggested event in Calendar for you. If your Calendar events include locations, iOS 9 assesses traffic and notifies you when it’s time to leave. When you’re ready to go, directions will be ready for you — or simply snooze the notification if you need a little longer.
Notes Now More Noteworthy:
The Notes app has always been great for jotting down your thoughts. And now it’s great for so much more. Want an easy way to make a checklist ofto-dos? Consider it done. Or add a photo, map, or web link to a note. You can even draw a sketch with your finger. And now add to your notes from whatever app you’re in. Tap the Share button in Safari, Maps, and lots of other apps to save attachments — maps, links, Pages documents, and more — to a new or existing note. Can’t remember which note you added something to? The Attachments Browser organizes all the items attached to your notes in one simple view, so it’s easy to find what you’re looking for.
iOS 9 on iPad:
1. Split View lets you two apps side by side in 50-50 or 70-30 ratio.
2.With the slide over function you can bring up a second app without having to close the app you’re currently working on. All you have to do is swipe down from the top of the screen or swipe over from the side.
3. Have to reply to an email, but don’t want to stop watching your movie? Picture-in-picture will scale down the video in size, so that you can push it to one corner and keep watching it until to write the urgent reply.
Android to iOS Migration:
Now this sounds something cool. Just download the Move to iOS app to wirelessly switch from your Android device to your new iOS device. It securely transfers your contacts, message history, camera photos and videos, web bookmarks, mail accounts, and calendars. And soon it will help you rebuild your app library, too. So any apps you used — like Facebook and Twitter — will be added to your iTunes Wish List. Hope the google store blocks this app soon to prevent itself from losing it’s users.
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