Yesterday, Apple released its iPhone 6 iOS 9 update. Now that the smoke from the release has settled a bit, we want to tell you about the 10 most important things to know about the iPhone 6’s first major system upgrade, iOS 9.
The iPhone 6 iOS 9 update was originally confirmed all the way back in June at WWDC 2015 in San Francisco. There, the company outlined everything from key features to the fall iOS 9 release date window.
Last week, Apple held another event in San Francisco though this one was centered around hardware and not software. The company announced the new iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, Apple TV 4, and a 12-inch iPad Pro. It also confirmed an iOS 9 release date for September 16th and yesterday, the company made good on its promise.
The iPhone 6 iOS 9 update is just one of several iOS 9 updates that are now available to the public. The iOS 9 update is the first major update for the former flagship iPhone and it’s a big one. It promises up to an hour more of battery and it delivers several key features including a new News app, revamped Notes app, and more.
In the hours since the iOS 9 release we’ve seen new and important details emerge. And it’s those details that we want to share with you right now as we push away from yesterday’s release date.
This quick iPhone 6 iOS 9 roundup covers the right now and it covers what you need to know about the iOS 9 update as we push deeper into the year towards Apple’s next big iOS 9 release, iOS 9.1.
iPhone 6 iOS 9 Impressions
We've been digging into various iOS 9 updates since release including the iPhone 6 iOS 9 update.
And what we've found is that the iPhone 6 iOS 9 update excels in several important areas including speed, battery life and app performance. It's an update that we recommend for most people but not for everyone.
Take a look at our full iOS 9 impressions on the iPhone 6. They'll help you decide if the updating today is the right thing for you to do.
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