One new feature has been discovered with the release of the aforementioned second beta, even though it was available in iOS 9’s first beta. Apple has made it possible for the system to intelligently delete applications from the iOS-based device when a new software version is available to download and upgrade the platform. It’s designed to make some free space for the upgrade.
What’s better, though, is that once the update has completed and the new software has been installed, the apps that were deleted will automatically be reinstalled and the user’s data will still be present.
Well this is new. pic.twitter.com/BQKMDn5D6c
— Kaleb Butt (@Kaleb_Butt) June 23, 2015
Apple made it a big deal that they intended on making future software downloads not so huge, and this feature goes hand-in-hand with that idea, making it easier to install new software.
What do you think of the feature?[via 9to5Mac; @Kaleb_Butt]