With an iOS 9 release date set for Wednesday, it’s time to start thinking about Apple’s next big upgrade. With a roll out just hours away, we want to take a look at a few things to keep in mind as we approach the iPhone 4s iOS 9 release date.
Last week, Apple took the stage at the Bill Graham Auditorium to announce a slew of new products. The company unveiled two new iPhones, an Apple Pencil, a new WatchOS, two new iPads, and the Apple TV 4. It also talked about the iOS 9 update it confirmed back at WWDC 2015.
In June, Apple revealed its iOS 9 upgrade for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. On stage, it confirmed key features, an iOS 9 beta, and an iOS 9 release date for the fall. Last week, it finally confirmed the specific iOS 9 release date for September 16th which means iOS 8’s days are numbered.
The iPhone 4s is set to receive the iOS 9 update, its fourth major iOS upgrade since its arrival all the way back in 2011. That’s a first for the iPhone and it makes the iPhone 4s iOS 9 release one to watch.
With a release date this close, it’s time to start paying attention to the iPhone 4s iOS 9 update and its upcoming release. There are a number of big details to keep in mind but there are also a few smaller bits of information to keep in mind.
Today we want to share a few things that should be on your mind as we make our way towards the iPhone 4s iOS 9 release date. You’ll want to be mentally prepared for the update’s big arrival and this roundup will help get you started.
You Can Try iOS 9 Right Now
Know that if you want to try the iOS 9 update right now, for free, you can.
We've put together a guide that will take you through the installation process. It's a little involved but it gives you the chance to test out the update's features, and performance, ahead of the iPhone 4s' public iOS 9 release date on Wednesday.
That said, most of you will just want to sit back and wait for the iPhone 4s' iOS 9 release date given how close we are to its arrival.
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