iOS 9 was announced by Apple at WWDC 2015 on June 8 and will become publicly available this fall. Major new features include Siri Intelligence, Search, Transit for Maps, a new Notes app, a new News app, multi-app multitasking and keyboard enhancements for iPad, and much, much more. If all you want is news, check out our iOS 9 hub. If you want a deep dive into just how exactly all of it works, check out the articles below!
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Running into bugs or quirks with your iPhone? Here's how to reset and restore your settings, network connections, keyboard dictionary, Home screen, or Location & Privacy settings.
You don't need a third-party app to doodle, make callouts, and add text to your amazing photos because the Markup editor in the Photos app lets you do just that!
Are you having trouble figuring out how to turn on Maps extensions Maps on iPhone? Turns out it's an easy fix.
iOS doesn't have public code names the way OS X does, but it does have internal code names and they're all shades of awesome cool.
You can slam messages or send handwritten messages to fellow iOS 10 or macOS Sierra pals, but what will that look like for friends with older machines?
In iOS 11, you can turn off those in-app rating prompts! Here's how you use (and turn off) the new App Store rating and review prompts in iOS.
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