The thrill in iOS 9 and OS X 10.11 has declined but it has more stability

The thrill in iOS 9 and OS X 10.11 has declined but it has more stability

The iOS 9 and OS X 10.11 will still be integral division of the Apple tree as the iPhone, iPad and Mac software updates will pass over flash for further constancy. The iPhone’s new operating system won’t have some of the features as of precedent. Both the iOS 7 as well as iOS 8 have quite a number of performance issues over the multiple releases.

As a result, Apple is looking to make iOS 9 more reliable and stable as compared to previous versions. As per the report from 9to5 Mac, iOS 9 will add up mainly three extinct features such as kernel – level feature which might be called as “Rootless” and it is anticipated to bring “Huge blow” to each and every jail breakers. The Rootless will also avoid the administrative level users from entering the protected files on the Apple devices. 

    Apple still feels the heat of iCloud Hack which took place last year and had leaked several private images of numerous celebrities as a public domain. However, iCloud Drive will most probably be a part of iOS 9 and it is anticipated that it will also knock the encryption strength and IMAP sync speed of the storage space. Moreover, an additional feature that it will have is a trusted Wi-Fi that can boost encryptions on the wireless networks. The most important feature is the Control Center that will enable the user to move the menu bar functions to the left side of the display. The new OS X will have a small interface tugs that started along with the OS X 10.10 Yosemite. 

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