Despite iOS' Settings app being organized in a somewhat intuitive architecture of categories and apps, it's easy to forget where a specific button or setting is.
With iOS 9, however, users will no longer have to memorize the Settings app.
Sitting atop the main screen of the app is a handy search bar, and it works just as you'd expect: Type in the setting you're looking for and a list of results appear below. Tap on said result to jump straight to the proper page. Additionally, when the page loads the item you're looking for will be highlighted for a split second, making it easy to find it.
Another welcome behavior is the fact that search is not limited to just your iOS device settings. When you type in "reset" for example, any third-party apps that have a reset mechanism listed in settings will also appear in the results.
I don't know about you guys, but this sure is going to go a long way in helping relatives troubleshoot issues over text. Instead of providing step-by-step instructions on where to find a setting, you can now tell them what to search and they'll be taken right to it. Thanks, Apple.