There have been talks by fans, analysts regarding the performance of Cupertino based devices. Meanwhile, many are happy with the step of Apple to increase RAM for its iPad Air 2. It’s the performance of a device that decides whether it is high-end or low-end, and 2 GB RAM is a good improvement. Especially, the iPad users must be welcoming this as the iPhone 6s to have the same RAM support as well.
Effect on Battery? Not really a big deal
iPhone 6S with 2 GB RAM looks something promising, especially upon bringing Ios9 in to the picture. The main interest is to hike the efficiency, and this way is most welcome. Suppose you claim the point of increasing the system storage as you can’t ignore the fact that this might put some impact upon the power system. Yes, that’s true but this is surely not going to be a bigger issue for Apple. Enhancing the battery life is quite a smooth part to perform rather than anything else.
Snapping gets more Performance:
This increase in RAM would certainly widen the possibility of better snapping experience of any Ios9 powered devices. What so ever, the straight explanation of increasing the RAM support to 2 GB with many Apple devices can be to play perfectly with iOS9. After all, it can’t assign one operating system just for one device.
Performance is guaranteed now as we know the Cupertino devices are naturally the super performers even at lower RAM. We have seen in prior cases as well these devices have managed to carry superior specs at minimal storage and RAM. In fact, the support has been doubled now, which is quite good.
Expected release date for iOS9
Cupertino upgrades its application platforms for the devices like iPad in general once a year. The best part is that the manufacturer has been quite consistent on this matter. As we all know, the Ios9 is expected to hit the shelves in 2015, the speculations point maximum for it to happen during WWDC. Of course the developers will be getting a chance to have the hands on with it as always. Talking of the users getting hands on, the product is most probably going to be there during September.
News: Ios9 lets you avoid the extra stuffs
Reportedly, Apple is looking to bring another exciting facility with the iOS9. If you want not to remove any application those come along the application platform, but at the same time don’t love those to be making rush at the home screens, then Apple welcomes this idea. The iOS9 is reportedly going to find a way to hide those extra stuffs this time. Yes, this is expected something like that with Androids as nothing more can’t be expected as well on this matter. However, it is reportedly going to be just the matter of clicks. You just have to pick the hide option and your job is finished. It’s quite flexible also as you can unhide the option at anytime.
Prakash Thakur is the founder of iOS 9 Guide who has a keen eye on news, rumors and all the unusual stuff that happens around iPhone and iPad