The arrival of iOS 9 onto an iPhone or iPad near you is something that has been in the offing for months as developers and those on Apple’s public beta program have been testing it to within an inch of its life. Now that it’s finally in the hands of anyone who wants it, plenty of people are scrambling to test out the sizeable collection of new features and additions that iOS 9 brings along with it. The problem is, there are just so many!
While our iOS 9 review will do their best to cover everything that’s important, it’s simply not always feasible to go through each and every new feature one by one. But that doesn’t mean that you shouldn’t be curious about what they are!
Thankfully, Apple has a way of letting everyone know just what changed in iOS 9, and has made a changelog available, which outlines exactly what users of the new operating system can expect from their iPhones and iPads once the download has completed and said devices have rebooted once or twice.
The full release notes cover everything from the new iCloud Drive app to improved battery life and everything in between, so if you’ve found yourself wondering what is new in this latest iteration of iOS, the changelog might be an excellent place to start.
iOS 9 Changelog:
Apple pushed iOS 9 out to the public a few hours ago, and so far, reports have been largely positive, though there will always be the odd horror story when a large system update arrives. If you haven’t already updated to iOS 9, then we suggest you do, but please do complete either an iCloud or iTunes backup beforehand.