Apple will test your iPhone on the ability to install the new iOS 9

Apple will test your iPhone on the ability to install the new iOS 9

Apple cares about its users and getting most of them to the new OS is very important for the tech giant.

Apple cares about its users and getting most of them to the new OS is very important for the tech giant.

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Apple even compared the acceptance levels of its OS and Android, the main rival of Apple. And Apple doesn’t miss a chance to do this as the company not only has the full control over its OS and apps, but also it is able to update the devices directly. At the same time creators of the devices on Android have a few difficulties, that complicate the update process.

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But, starting with the iOS 8, Apple encountered a few difficulties as not every device had the needed amount of free memory to download and install the update. There was a way to solve this problem, to update the device via the desktop computer with iTunes. Apple quickly learns on its mistakes and in iOS 9, users won’t need this workaround anymore. The recent preview of Apple’s new software unveiled a new feature, related to updates. In the new OS, if the device doesn’t have the needed amount of free memory, the update program will temporarily uninstall applications to free some memory on the phone needed for the update and after the update process is finished, the apps will be restored on the device.

The warning message

The warning message

Users will see a message, informing them about the lack of memory and they can go with the temporary uninstallation of the apps, or to cancel the update and free the memory by themselves.

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