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iOS 9 Release Date Until The Upcoming Fall – What Will It Bring New?

New rumors regarding Apple’s upcoming iOS 9 have appeared all over the internet. It seems that the iOS 8 successor is going to be released sometime in September 2014. According to CultofMac, the upcoming iOS 9 is currently under an internal testing and the developer preview version will be launched a few months before the official release date.

The iOS 8 was an OS that came with many new features such as spotlight, family sharing, third party keyboards, health applications and many more.

Tim Cook, the CEO of Apple, is planning to release a new Mac OS and a new iOS every year, which means that without any doubts iOS 9 will have to be released this year.

In case Apple will keep their ongoing pattern regarding the release of their iOS, then the first preview of the upcoming iOS 9 will most likely get released at the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) which will be held sometime in June 2015. According to CultofMac, Apple will most likely release the developer builds of the iOS 9 for testing and after that the final version of the iOS will be released on in the fall of 2015. Rumors say that Apple started working on iOS 9 only two months later after they’ve released iOS 8.

In concordance with MacWorld, the upcoming operating system from Apple, the iOS 9, will most likely be present on the new iPhone that will be released in 2015. At the same time, the iPads that will be released in 2015 will most likely run on the new iOS 9. As soon after they will release the iOS 9, the newly operating system will also be brought to iPads such as the: iPad Air, iPad Air 2, iPad Air 3, iPad Air 4, iPad Pro. At the same time, the iOS 9 will also be released for the upcoming iPhones: iPhone 5, iPhone 5C, iPhone 5S, iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus, but also on the iPad Mini editions such iPad Mini, iPad Mini 2, iPad Mini 3 and on the yet not announced iPad Mini 4.

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