The Rumor Mill does not want to give up on the oft-speculated iPad Pro, and now a new report throws even more water hoping for a big splash.
Ever since Apple launched the iPhone, one feature that has made it to our wish list is a file manager.
In iOS 8, Apple introduced iCloud Drive and a revamped document picker, which finally allowed users to access files created using other apps. It was an improvement over Documents in the Cloud, which prevented an app to access a document created by another app.
With less than a month to go, we wanted to set our expectations for iOS 9. The ability to customize Control Center is one of the features that I hope makes it to iOS 9’s feature list.
Apple’s new Watch wearable has an Apple look and feel, but it is a distinct product with both innovative hardware and a Watch OS filled that bring unique features to the platform. Among the new features are a handful that we believe would be perfect for the iPhone. Read on to see which items we think Apple should port from Apple Watch and bring to Apple’s next generation iPhone 6s and iOS 9.
Apple’s next-generation iOS 9 update is expected to focus on improvements and optimization rather than new features, but the six-minute concept video below demonstrates what it might look if iCloud, Spotlight, Reachability, and more were reimagined.