Posted by: Luke Jones in iOS News, tags: iOS 8, iOS 9, Other Apple News, Software
Apple is already deep into development on iOS 9 and the software will almost certainly be announced at the company’s WWDC event in June before launching on new devices in the fall. Codenamed Monarch, iOS 9 is shaping up to be a piece of software that will smooth over cracks in iOS 8, rather than being a huge overhaul.
Of course, iOS 8 was that overhaul and it came with a number of teething problems. Apple has since sorted those issues out (for the most part), but the company is looking to get it right from the start with iOS 9. The software will not come with radical new features (although there will of course be a few new additions), but will instead focus on stability, increased speed and fluency, and optimizing the software.