By Jay Jay
Rumoured to be launched at Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference in June, the upcoming iOS 9 will reportedly be a much more stable and optimized platform as compared to the existing iOS 8.
9to5Mac revealed that Apple is working towards performance enhancements on the new platform to get rid of bugs and increase stability rather than piling on new features, in what is being termed as 'a collection of under-the-hood improvements.'
The fresh new iOS 9 will in all probability support the Apple Watch along with newer iOS devices. Support for the Phone 4S, however, will be removed as per the generational trend that saw the iPhone 4 and older versions left in the lurch when the iOS 8 was launched.
Apple on Monday released the new iOS 8.3 Beta that contains a variety of features including an Xcode IDE, an Instruments analysis tool as well as a new emoji keyboard. The new platform is considered as the favourite to support the upcoming Apple Watch in March.
Even though the release date of the iOS 9 is still months away, Apple's iOS Developers Library is yet to give us a sniff of the new platform. In any case, a stable platform and greater optimized capability is sure to make the Apple experience more popular than ever.