There are some reasons to avoid the iOS 9 update on its release date but there are also some reasons to consider installing it shortly after Apple begins its roll out. Here, we outline a few reasons why you might want to install iOS 9 right away.
Last week, Apple took the stage in San Francisco and confirmed an iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPad Pro, Apple Pencil, and an iOS 9 release date. iOS 9 wasn’t the focal point of the show but the update’s quick release has a lot of people excited.
The iOS 9 release date lands tomorrow for all devices capable of running Apple’s iOS 8 operating system. That means the iPhone 4s and that means the iPad 2. This will be the iPad 2’s fifth major iOS update, the fourth for the iPhone 4s.
The iOS 9 release time is still unknown but we expect Apple to deliver the iOS 9 update and its features sometime between 9AM and 10AM PT tomorrow.
With an iOS 9 release date just hours away, now is a great time to start preparing for Apple’s latest operating system. To help you we’ve put together some things to do before the iOS 9 release date and some iOS 9 release date tips. We also took a look at some reasons to avoid the iOS 9 update tomorrow.
While there are some reasons not to install the iOS 9 update, there are also some reasons why you might want to install it right away. Here, we outline a few reasons why you might want to install iOS 9 on your device tomorrow.
You Want Better Battery Life
If you own an iPhone and you want improved battery life, you'll want to consider installing the iOS 9 update as soon as it arrives.
iOS 9 is set to bring some tangible battery life boosts to the table. And that should be extremely exciting for iPhone users that are in need of some more juice.
The iOS 9 update will deliver one hour of additional battery life to the iPhone. The company says that "apps and key technologies have been made more efficient to trim battery usage wherever possible" and that will translate into an instant bump to your phone's battery.
Apple isn't lying about this change. We've found that the iOS 9 update does deliver more impressive battery life than iOS 8. And that's not all either.
iOS 9 also includes a low energy mode that can add up to three hours of added use when turned on. The feature does this by limiting your device's network activity. For instance, it will disable background app refresh if it's turned on. That's big and it's a feature that we love.
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