Many users have at least once complained about their mobile devices operating too slowly. On some occasions, we have had to wait forever to open up a certain browser, or to have an app open as quickly as we would like. There were a few tiny things to try to enhance the device, but still you had to wait for a long time, and that made us all a bit jumpy and nervous.
Many people who own an iPad or an iPhone have complained about their devices being slow which especially happened after some major OS updates, such as iOS 8 and iOS 7. On many occasions, you have probably wondered what to do and how to speed things up. Up till now, there was not much you could have done about it, but as of now things are looking up. All the current users of iPhone 4S or iPad 2 have some good news to look forward.
Mark Gurman, a person who has a quite good record of accurate scoops, reported in 9to5mac a few interesting facts. He said that one of the major focuses of the upcoming iOS 9 updates would be optimization for some old devices, such as iPhone 4S. He also pointed out that Apple has constructed a version of iOS for some older devices which are feature – complete and then removed features which did not perform as it was expected during the testing phase.
iOS 9 will get a core version that will run smoothly on older A5 devices, thus enabling each device to perform in an adequate way feature one-by-one.
As a result to all of these updates, devices which are A5 powered such as the original iPad mini, iPhone and iPad 2 will get iOS 9 update, but that’s not all. They will also receive the general post-installation experience. Perhaps this means that the new iOS 9 upgrade will bring new life to old Apple hardware.
When keeping track of previous reports, Gurman repeats that iOS 9 will probably focus on fixing bug issues and maintaining stability. It is also expected that iOS 9 will have some ravishing features to boast when put into comparison with Snow Leopard, which went hand by hand to OS X Leopard as a stability release.
A source told Mark Gurman that he would not say that new consumers have nothing to experience and that the list of features was stripped down more than it was called for by the preliminary plans. The very next version of OS X is probably going to be structured in a similar way.
In one of the previous statements, Mark Gurman revealed that iOS 9 will launch with split screen app views and an enhanced Apple Maps app with transit directions. He also pointed out that Rootless and Wi-Fi will also accompany the list. He described the Rootless as severe impact to the jailbreak users on iOS. It is also expected Apple to move apps such as Calendar, Mail, Notes from an IMAP supported devices to ones that are iCloud Drive supported.
The first glimpse of the new iOS and OS X can be expected in the future WWDC conference set to take place in June this year.