You Will Be Able To Update IOS 9 During Your Sleeping Hours

Posted: Aug 16 2015, 12:24pm CDT | by , in Apple


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You Will Be Able To Update iOS 9 During Your Sleeping Hours

iOS 9 Brings Scheduled Automatic Overnight Updates

Apple uncovered the next version of the iPhone and iPad's software, iOS 9, amid its WWDC opening keynote.

Apple is anticipated to launch iOS 9 along with new iPhones in September. The beta testing is situated to complete very soon.

Apple wants to drive the already amazing iOS update rate significantly higher.

It has also brought a touch of OS X to iOS 9 with a new programmed installation option that will let iPhones and iPads update themselves.

When iOS 9 was initially announced, it showed some of very important new features.

Improved multitasking option and a new battery saving mode got the most attention. This feature has just quietly been announced and it is not noted by many people yet.

At the screen, selecting "Try Tonight" will naturally introduce install updates. The updates will held between the hours of 3 a.m. and 6 a.m.

At whatever point the iPhone is not being used it can easily be updated. The update procedure is completely automatic.

The user will have to enter their PIN and read the relevant license agreement before sleeping. A newly updated device will be waiting for the user once they wake up.

For those who are annoyed of waiting for their updates to get finished so they can resume their work, this feature is the best option for sure.

We all are anticipating to see what else iOS 9 is going to offer us. All we have to do is to wait till September.

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