Although iOS 9 is nothing compared to iOS 8?s 4.6 GB?s system requirement, Apple has still found a solution to solve the iPhone?s constant space problem during upgrades.
This solution is for the new operating system to automatically delete apps in your phone, and have the option to reinstall them again right after upgrade. This feature was first reported as a speculation by Apple blog, McRumors.
It seems this solution has bearing however, and is one of the points raised by Apple CEO Tim Cook during the Apple Worldwide Developer?s Conference early this month. During his presentation, Cook promised a simple and painless solution in upgrading to their newest OS product.
Users will be notified if they have insufficient space in their iPhone or tablets for the download, and they will be given the option of automatically deleting and reinstalling their apps.
About iOS 9
Unlike the iOS 8, iOS 9 will only require a more decent 1.3 GB of free space for upgrading.
According to the Apple website, the iOS 9 ?is full of enhancements you?ll appreciate every day. Your apps become more essential. New multitasking features on iPad make you even more productive. Siri can do more than ever, and new proactive suggestions help you get things done before you ask. And improvements at the foundation of the operating system enhance performance, battery life, and security. The more you do with iOS 9, the more you?ll wonder how you ever did without it.?
One of the more notable additions to iOS 9 is the built-in News app which will be part of your home screen and will provide you with the latest news worldwide from different industries.
The Apple Notes have also been upgraded to assist users in creating your checklist and to take notes using the camera. The new Apple maps on the other hand, can help guide you around your destination even if you?re only commuting.
Apple iOS 9 will be available for iPhones and iPads next month.