Security and privacy are the number one matters when it comes to a powerful operating system. In a world where we face abuse on a daily basis, we need strong and enhanced protection from hackers and internet bullies who steal important data from our mobile devices. According to the newest information coming from Apple officials, the new iOS 9 will enhance security for all Apple devices.
iOS 9 will be released somewhere in September and it is particularly designed to expand all security barriers of the entire list of Apple products, to more efficiently fight a recent malware spread amongst them, which has hit against one of their main selling points, namely the lack of Android like vulnerability.
Thus, productivity will be upgraded to its maximum, offering added value during presentations or other tasks that require transition between apps on a frequent basis. Apple has also focused on upgrading security by increasing the digits of the passcode.
Apple continues to deliver exactly what works in the best interest of its consumers. After struggling to boost the sales for its newest released iPod series and after it pushed the iPads in front of business professionals by developing partnerships with important companies, Apple has been working hard to make iOS 9 the best it can possibly be. This comes after a shady time in the company’s track record, with sales not going that well and popularity slipping on a downward lane.
iOS 9 comes as a compensation for all the flaws that have been rumored lately. They have run endless hours of trial time, allowed individuals to get comfy in the beta testing and offered users the opportunity to experiment with some new and entertaining functionalities. However, with all the upgrades rolling out in a row, many do wonder if all the Apple devices will be able to handle the significant boost in performance.
One of the most important upgrades lays in the fact that users will be able to switch between Wi-Fi and cellular data, depending on how powerful each is. Their aim was to make sure that peak performance on the data end is being achieved at most times and efficiently re-evaluated.
Outlook will see a better approach with the new iOS, making it easier for users between platforms, without issues arising from the cross-platform work. iOS 9 has seen important upgrades for Google Earth, Evernote, and a bunch of other apps that will be released with enhanced performance and adaptability to all user’s needs. Apple has been concentrating on multitasking and has approached the matter with the best and clearest eyes and vision possible. The ability to truly multitask on iOS9 will most certainly be one of the greatest perks on the new OS.
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