Two words could sum up the latest iOS 9 update: productivity and intelligence. Indeed, this latest update is obvious proof that Apple prioritizes the convenience of their users when using their mobile devices. Much of the new apps and features in iOS 9 are focused on enhancing user experience.
Besides the useful, everyday apps that it has integrated (Wallet, Map, Notes, News, to name a few), iOS 9 takes a large step ahead by introducing multi-tasking capabilities and more state-of-the-art apps like CarPlay. With features like Slide Over, Split View, and Picture in Picture View, it’s now possible for you to attend to more than one task or activity in your mobile device at a time With CarPlay, on the other hand, you can now connect your phone to your car without having to plug it in (if your car has wireless connection capability, that is) and control your phone using knob control through your car’s interface.
Even though the update focuses primarily on making mobile devices smarter and more intuitive to their users, user protection doesn’t take a back seat in this update; six-digit passcodes and two-factor authentication are just some of the new features of this iOS update that enhance mobile security.
To get a more detailed view of what makes this iOS update more innovative than its predecessors, please check out the infographic below designed by Dot Com Infoway. It is practically a summation of all the key features of iOS 9 and indicates just how completely game-changing this mobile operating system update is.