After installing the iOS 9 BETA on your iPhone and booting it for the first time, you will not notice many different things. However, after a few minutes, you will see how iOS 9 will change your iPhone for the better and you will love it.
There are a lot of new changes that come with iOS 9 and today we’re going to tell you about a few of them.
In case you are using your iPhone to take lots of photos, then you will surely enjoy iOS 9. From now on, you will be able to easily find pictures just by scrolling between weeks, months or years. The application will organize the photos according to their date, so it will be easier to find some photos if you know when you’ve taken them.
Low Power Mode
At the same time, the developers have worked on the low power mode that will help users to improve the battery life of their devices. In the past, we’ve noticed that the low power mode that Apple came with was quite useless, as it was disabling some of the screen features, but that didn’t help to improve the battery life.
The new low power mode will now also lower the speed of the processor and it will allow you to use the device without any problems, but you will notice that the device will not react as fast as when having the low battery mode disabled. At the same time, this feature will disable the background application refreshing, mail fetching and even disable the animated wallpapers (in case you use one).
There is a new font that got changed everywhere in the iOS 9. It seems that Apple decided to use the “San Francisco font” for this upcoming operating system. This font is already found on the Apple Watch and it seems that the developers thought it looks nicer and because of that, they’ve added it to iOS 9. This font was built for better readability on a tiny screen and it seems that there are a lot of users who love it already.
One of the most used tweaks on a jailbroken iOS was the “lowercase keyboard” that was allowing you to show when you are using lowercase or uppercase. The old keyboard that was found on previous iOS versions was always showing uppercases even if the lowercase was activated. We think that Apple should have done this fix a while ago, but it’s better late then never, right?
What are your thoughts about the upcoming iOS 9? Will you use it on your iPhone once the stable version will get released?