Updating the os on the iphone
For the next iteration of i OS, Apple is giving the general public a peek at the next version of the software, i OS 9.
At its Worldwide Developer Conference in June, the company announced that for the first time it was making the next version of i OS available early not just to software developers, but to everyone.
For complete specifications, images and reviews please check out the i Phone 4S product page.
What's New in i OS 9.3.5: i OS 9.3.5 provides an important security update for your i Phone or i Pad and is recommended for all users.
It's still in the testing phase, and Apple is using regular folks like you and me to test it out before it's tweaked and released to the public in its final version.
At today’s Apple event, the tech giant unveiled, among other things, a new operating system for the i Phone and i Pad. It’s not that much different from the previous OS, 9.2.1.
It will require 1.3GB of free space to download, compared to i OS 8's 4.58GB.
Is it a good idea to upgrade to the new software before the final version is released?
Beyond fixing flaws, the new i OS also has some neat features you’ll want to get your paws on.
But first, let’s go ahead and start getting that new OS installed.
It also presents a list of the apps in the past 24 hours and past week which have used the highest percentage of your battery, helping you to keep a closer eye on the culprits most likely to leave you short.
It seems that with every update of Apple's i OS software, anxious Apple fans worry about whether or when they should upgrade their devices.