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iOS 9 Release: 10 New Details

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AT&T Wi-Fi Calling

AT&T Wi-Fi Calling

According to MacRumors, iOS 9 beta 5 added Wi-Fi calling features for those who own a device on AT&T's network. 

As of right now, the feature doesn't work. iOS 9 beta users trying to flip the option on are greeted with a message that says that the feature is currently not available.  That said, the inclusion of the feature probably means that AT&T will flip the feature on at some point in the near future, maybe next month alongside the iOS 9 release.

Wi-Fi calling is currently available on carriers like T-Mobile and Sprint and it's a feature that AT&T subscribers have been requesting for a long time.

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2 Comments

  1. Keith L. Bouteiller (@klbout)

    08/08/2015 at 4:43 am

    Geeez…at the end of page 2 and so far you’ve said absolutely nothing – just talking in circles and repeating yourself.

  2. Keith L. Bouteiller (@klbout)

    08/08/2015 at 5:10 am

    “If you’re getting tired of Apple’s stock iOS 8 wallpaper, you’re in luck. The company is going to breathe some life into its background options with a handful of stunning new backgrounds. Better yet, you can get the wallpapers right now if you don’t want to wait.

    iOS 9 comes with 15 new wallpaper options though it looks like its also removed some of the older options. And while these options will almost certainly arrive with the public release, there’s no need to wait if you want iOS 9 backgrounds right now.

    We’ve put together a guide that will help you secure the iOS 9 wallpapers right now. It’s an easy process to follow.”

    Here’s what I mean.
    1st para – “Better yet, you can get the wallpapers right now if you don’t want to wait.”
    2nd para – “…there’s no need to wait if you want iOS 9 backgrounds right now.”
    3rd para – “We’ve put together a guide that will help you secure the iOS 9 wallpapers right now.”

    You keep repeating the same thing while saying nothing!

    Okay…iOS 9 comes with an assortment of 15 new wallpaper and background options while eliminating some older options found in iOS 8. Here’s a guide we’ve put together if you want to check out the new iOS 9 wallpapers right now.

    I just said the same thing in two short sentences rather than ramble for 3 paragraphs.

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