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"Apple's iOS 9 has arrived; look for it on your iOS device, though you may want to wait until after the initial rush.
Developers have had their hands on the next-gen OS since WWDC in June, and a few more details about it have trickled out over the summer. This update is not as huge an overhaul as the leap from iOS 6 to iOS 7, but there are a few updates of note. As Craig Federighi, Apple’s SVP of Software Engineering, put it, “iOS 9 is packed with more intelligence throughout, and delivers big updates to the apps customers use most."
A major complaint among iPhone users is battery drain, particularly among those who upgrade older devices to new versions of iOS. In iOS 9, Apple says typical users can expect an additional hour of battery life, while a low-power mode will help extend battery life. Check out the slideshow for more features coming to your iPhones and iPads this fall."
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