iOS 9 rumored to be what Snow Leopard was for the Mac
We’re at least 4 months away from Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference, where the company usually shows us its next version of both its desktop and mobile operating systems, and another 8 months away from a possible launch. Many of you may consider Apple to be conservative when it comes to the visual aspect of both operating systems, but aggressive features like Continuity and Hand-off are still not on the radar of any of its competitors. That being said, it seems that the company is planning to settle down for the next launch.
Even though Apple has been famous for offering the most stable and reliable mobile OS in the market, that legacy came to a dramatic halt with the launch of iOS 7. The bevy of new features that iOS 7 and iOS 8 included have taken a toll on the user experience, and some of these bugs have even left customers with bricked iPhones during a certain period of time. Reports from inside sources claim that iOS 9 will be to iOS devices, what Snow Leopard was for the Mac. Instead of growing the list of features we should expect the company to focus on fixing bugs and bringing stability to the overall user experience. We’re not sure if this will bode well with legacy 32-bit iOS devices supporting iOS 9, as these stability improvements are most likely due to the fact that Apple will now have only 64-bit iOS devices in stores.
We should learn more in the next coming months.