iOS 9 will be a space-friendly update, two-factor authentication coming to iCloud

At WWDC today, Apple announced that anyone should be able to easily get iOS 9 on their device. In contrast to the space issues that many users faced when upgrading to iOS 8, iOS 9 is much, much smaller, making it easier for users to pull the update down without sacrificing their data.
How big of a difference are we talking? iOS 9 will take up just 1.3GB, as opposed to iOS 8's 4.6GB. Additionally, on the security front, Apple is bringing two-factor authentication to iCloud, keeping your synced data much more secure.

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