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Apple's iOS 9

Apple's iOS 9

Apple's iOS 9

Apple's iOS 9

Apple's iOS 9

Apple's iOS 9

Apple's iOS 9

Apple's iOS 9

Apple's iOS 9

Apple's iOS 9

Apple's iOS 9

Apple's iOS 9

Apple's iOS 9

Apple's iOS 9

Apple's iOS 9

Apple's iOS 9

Apple's iOS 9

Apple's iOS 9

Apple's iOS 9

Apple's iOS 9

Apple's iOS 9

Apple's iOS 9

Apple's iOS 9

Apple's iOS 9

Apple's iOS 9

Apple's iOS 9

Apple's iOS 9

Apple's iOS 9

Apple's iOS 9

Apple's iOS 9

Apple's iOS 9

Apple's iOS 9

Apple's iOS 9

Apple's iOS 9

Apple's iOS 9

Apple's iOS 9

Apple's iOS 9

Apple's iOS 9

iOS 9 include majors improvement and features.

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The first improvement: Intelligence and Siri.

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You now can create a reminder using natural language.

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With the improvement, the iPhone can be a proactive assistant.

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It can automatically play the right type of music for your morning run.

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Or remind you when to leave for an appointment to be on time.

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Search and Siri offer suggestions on whom you should contact for meetings, apps you should download, apps you use this time of day and easy one-tap links to locations nearby.

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You can also perform search with natural language.

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Privacy at heart: All of the searches perform on the phone, via Siri or not, are done anonymously, not associated with Apple ID, randomized identifier, and not linked to other Apple services.

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Second improvement: Apple Pay

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Apple Pay is now accepted at more and more retailers with the total surpassing over 1 million locations by July.

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Apple Pay will also be available in the UK in July.

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One of the first services in the UK that accepts Apple Pay is the London public transportation system.

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With iOS 9, Passbook is now renamed Wallet. One place for all payment cards, including vendor-specific cards.

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Third improvement: Note.

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Note now has a toolbar and a check list within itself.

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It can also store drawings.

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Note will also support Air Drop for sharing.

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Fourth improvement: Maps

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Apple says Apple Maps sees 5 billion user requests per week, some 3.5 times higher than for next leading mapping app.

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New Maps now supports public transit with a map that emphasizes the different transit lines. Tapping on a station will bring up all the transit lines that go through it.

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And you can use Siri to search for directions using natural language.

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The new Transit feature of Maps supports multiple major US cities.

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First new app: News.

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Among other things, the News app personalizes feeds for you from a variety of news sources.

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iOS 9 brings about many improvement for the iPad.

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The first is the ability to use two fingers to drag and select text.

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When hooked to an external keyboard, you now can use familiar keyboard shortcuts.

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And multitasking is now supported. You can view multiple screens of different apps at a time.

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And even watch a video while reading news, via the new picture-in-picture feature.

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Split-screen is also supported in iOS 9.

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iOS 9 promises to improve battery life. It has a new low-power mode that would increase the battery life by another 3 hours.

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The over-the-air update is now also improved with the total download size of just 1.5GB instead of some 3.5GB as with iOS 8.

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CarPlay is also improved with support for third-party apps, different screen sizes and better ease of use.

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iOS 9 also comes with a new version of Swift, a popular programming language.

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Swift will also go open-source.

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iOS 9 is slated to be out this fall and will be compatible with all devices supported by iOS 8.

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