Five latest features in the apple ios 9

Wednesday, 10 June 2015

Apple did not announce a new iPhone at the conference of its creator, but he did reveal something so good, especially if you're planning to hold your iPhone for a year or so. Apple detailed its big annual software update for iPhones and iPads, iOS 9, Monday. So it's going to improve your phone and tablet:

Enhanced applications:

Homegrown applications Apple have also improved. For example, the Notes application now has formatting options, and can upload photos in implementing yellow-paged color, and draw directly on the Notes application. You can also use it to checklists or to-do lists.

Apple Maps has also improved, and now finally includes transit directions, one of the clearest differences remaining between it and Google Maps. Apple has also strengthened its directory business, and now tells you if you are looking at a business that accepts payment from Apple.

Apple also announced a new application called News, which is an attractive display for reading magazines and the web on an iPhone or iPad from publishers like the New York Times, Wired and Quartz. The application is very slippery and includes an embedded video.

Low Power Mode:

Google is not the only company that is serious about managing the smartphone battery. According to Craig Federighi, an iPhone should see another hour of daily battery life with iOS 9. But if you're really low on juice, Apple has added a low-power mode that can turn into three hours of waiting. Activate low power mode should be as easy as pushing a button.

Smarter Siri:

Siri be smarter 9. IOS software voice assistant can now answer questions like "show me the photos of Utah from August." Siri is also better in the context - and may remind you not to forget your coffee on the roof of the car, for example, as a reminder of a web page you were viewing while you were at work when I get home. One must anticipate what you might want to do, offering suggestions for people to contact and applications you may want to implement.

Siri will also be able to provide transit directions. According to Apple, Siri fields 1000000000 visits per week and is 40 percent faster in responding to last year.

Multi-user mode on the iPad:

This has been a long time coming. The iPad can now perform various tasks, such as a laptop.

As part of IOS 9, you can run two applications simultaneously on an iPad. Slide your finger across the screen, you can open a secondary column. With one touch, you can access multiple applications in a sidebar. Apple calls "split view" and that it is possible to work in two applications simultaneously.

You can divide the screen equally between two applications, and it is also possible to have a single streamlined column if you just need some information, like a list of emails or messages. You can even have video or sound is in a resizable window background, what Apple called "picture-in-picture".

Apple has also stuck a lot of convenient shortcuts bar Suggestions on the iPad onscreen keyboard. For example, to send emails, you now have to cut and paste options. The keyboard can also be used as a trackpad moving two fingers up and down.

Apple has also upgraded its screen task switcher. Most of the features are available for most iPads bought in the last two years, although those with iPads aging could be lost. Game review will only be available for the iPad 2 Air, which came out last year.

A real competitor to Google Now:

One thing Google does it better than Apple is knowing what you want before you want it. It is what makes such a convincing Google Now application, and is the type of interface that works even better in a SmartWatch.

Apple finally announced its Google Now alternative Thursday. It is called proactive, and context wraps, search, and cards in a single interface, much like Google Now. For example, to connect headphones, automatically you know to start playing music.

A key difference is that Apple stands proactive is running on the device itself, not in the cloud, Apple is fishing as a challenge to Google and its policy of collecting user data.

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