We get together the best 25 IOS 9 new features! Check it out.

1. App switcher puts app icon on top rather than bottom, otherwise no change.
2. iOS 9 also relies on the data from your Mail app to gather more information about your Contacts. This is an optional feature in Settings, but if activated, you’ll get email address auto complete suggestions. iOS 9 will even try to guess an unknown number on the call screen.
3. iOS 9 makes it easier than ever to scroll through and select your photos. Open a photo and you’ll see a new scroll at the bottom to zoom back and forth between all your pics.
4. Previously only iPhone 6s Plus users got to see a circular thumbnail of their contact’s face in Messages. iOS 9 brings this feature to all iPhone models, so now you can put a face to a name.
5. In iOS 9, your notification view is now organized in chronological order, so the most recent notifications remain at the top. You have the option to change this in Settings, by opting to group notifications by app.
6. Siri in iOS 9 surfaces a bunch of proactive hints based on how you use your iPhone. Do you call your mom every day before dinner? Spotlight will have her as a suggested contact. Check Instagram for hours before bed? Spotlight will help you indulge in your nighttime ritual, too.
7. No! don’t launch and play music when i plug in my headset to talk!

8. Is making icloud its own app like making facetime its own app?  i.e., separate app but no new functionality, and you’ll never use it anyway b/c you’ll only access it through the primary app (like phone for facetime).
9. If you have an iPad Pro, an iPad Air 2 or an iPad mini 4, then you get an extra iOS 9 feature: Split View, or basically the ability to use two apps at once. For example, if you’re looking at a restaurant listing in Maps and click on the website, the URL will launch in Safari so you can view both at the same time.
10. The Spotlight screen gets added functionality in iOS 9. For example, search for a Contact and you’ll now get the option to call them (if you have their number, send them an iMessage or FaceTime them (if they’re also on iOS) directly from the search results.
11. In iOS 9 you’ll be able to fire up the new Wallet app (and Apple Pay) directly from the Home screen, even when the screen in locked. This makes it super easy to use Apple Pay to pay for everyday purchases. Previously you could launch Siri from the locked screen and reply to a message, too.
12. In addition to transit directions, Maps gets Nearby suggestions for local businesses. Instead of typing “Bakeries,” you can now just tap the Food icon, followed by the Bakeries option to get a list of nearby places where you can get your croissant fix. You can also get suggestions for Shopping, Travel and other Services, like pet grooming.
13. A power save mode that disables your phone’s functionality. We can only hope they got rid of the low battery warnings that freeze your phone while still allowing the app that’s causing the drain to continue to burn juice.
14. Automatically organize your selfies in Photos

15. The custom Apple-designed font that was first used on the Apple Watch interface comes to iOS 9. This new San Francisco font is used in Settings, Spotlight search, and in the native apps. You can even choose it as the default font for your iBooks collection. The sophisticated yet easy-to-read font may be subtle, but I sure did notice it from the first time I swiped open the lock screen
16. The shift key is great! We hate having to guess.
17. The Back button rocks my world. If I am in, say, Twitter, and I get a notification from Instagram, I can tap that notification, switch to Instagram, tap all around inside Instagram, and still get back to Twitter with one tap. Sure, I could do that before with the application switcher, but the back button is a lot more obvious.
18. The Notes share sheet is a game-changer, letting you embed websites, maps, and photos in a to-do list. Once third-party apps support the share sheet, your notes will become richer and more useful than ever before.

19. In iOS 9, Siri’s gotten a lot smarter. Not only does Siri serve up information about the weather or different directions, but she can answer complex queries now like, “Show me photos from last summer.” The most exciting part, however, is how well she knows my Apple Music collection. You can ask Siri to play a specific artist, playlist, or “the hottest songs from 1986.”
20. A searchable Settings app is another new feature that’s so small, yet so incredibly helpful that I don’t know why Apple hadn’t included it before! Instead of pouring through each individual setting to find what I want to adjust, I can now just do a quick Spotlight-esque search to find what i need.
21. For years, Maps users had to rely on third-party apps to get reliable public transportation directions. Now anymore. Finally iOS 9 includes Transit view which incorporates subway and bus schedules/routes. Transit, however, is only available in select cities: Baltimore, Chicago, New York, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Washington, D.C., Mexico City, London, Berlin, Toronto and 300 cities in China.

22. A few publishers are adopting Apple News Format to create really cool articles in the News app with big images, animations, and videos. Luckily, it’s easy to find all these articles by subscribing to the Apple News Selections channel. So far in public beta, there are only a handful of articles in this format, but I’m expecting this section to blow up come the official release of iOS 9 in the fall.
23. For Apple Watch wearers only: It’s pretty neat how the achievement medals in the Activity app are engraved with the date you earned them. Just swipe one with your finger to flip it over! It’s a tiny change, but I got a kick out of it.

24. Selecting text is really needed for the iphone, where the screen is small and it can be hard to find the text you need to select.

25. Back in school did you ever hide a comic book inside a textbook to give the impression you were studying? iOS 9 gives the iPad a similar function withpicture-in-picture. Now you can research a work project while watching Cartoon Network at the same time.

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