The Upcoming iOS 9 Will Focus More on Stability

Since the beginning, Apple’s iOS system has been known to be stable. However, due to their desire to pack succeeding iOS versions with the best features, especially for the iOS 7 and 8, a lot of the stability the platform has been known for was lost. This lead to the multi-billion company to issue plenty of updates to fix certain issues.

9to5Mac reports, “For 2015, iOS 9, which is codenamed Monarch, is going to include a collection of under-the-hood improvements. Sources tell us that iOS 9 engineers are putting a “huge” focus on fixing bugs, maintaining stability, and boosting performance for the new operating system, rather than solely focusing on delivering major new feature additions. Apple will also continue to make efforts to keep the size of the OS and updates manageable, especially for the many millions of iOS device owners with 16GB devices.”


Meanwhile, Computer World believes that Apple is carefully building the world’s first-ever 64-bit mobile platform, which means that stability isn’t the only thing that they’re focusing on. In fact, this year, the company will launch the iOS 9, unveiling numerous innovative ways to create content for mobile and OS X.

“iOS 9 devices will also enjoy tremendous integration with Apple’s Macs, making both platforms the best-in-class choice for anyone who wants to get things done – from consumer to the enterprise; from oil and gas exploration using M2M facilities, iPads and IBM-driven big data systems to gurning grinning gamers.”


“It is possible iOS 9 will only be made available for 64-bit devices, so that’s any iPhone since iPhone 5S and post-October 2013 iPad Air and iPad mini tablets. Those on older devices may need to upgrade.”

Anytime now, Apple will release a beta version of the iOS 9 to the public before releasing a gold standard. This much better version of the iOS will be completely problem-free and as stable and as smooth as the operating system used to be.

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