Apple is preparing to roll out a major iOS 9 update for the iPad Pro on Thursday.iOS 9, as the name implies, adds a bunch of new features, most of which were present in the previous beta.
In addition to iOS 9, the release of iOS 9.1 and iOS 9 Pro will bring with them a few other improvements.
The biggest of these is the new “Faster UI” feature that allows the iPad to automatically turn itself into a mobile web browser when you press and hold on the home button.
The feature was already available in the iOS 9 Beta, but Apple has rolled out it to the public.
The update also adds the ability to customize the background image for the iOS app and the iOS 10 app, as well as new “App Store icon colors” for each app.
This new feature is a big deal, and it’ll make the iPad even more useful as a web browser, particularly for people who have trouble finding and using the web.
For many users, the added accessibility features on the iPad will make it much easier to find what they’re looking for.
Another feature that’s worth mentioning is the “WebKit Live Tile,” which was previously only available on the iPhone and iPad, and now will also work on the new iPad.
This allows users to see live previews of the content they’re reading on the web, as opposed to having to open an app.
These live tiles will show up in the web browser just like they do on iOS.
Lastly, iOS 9 introduces a new version of the “Show App Store Icon” feature.
This new feature lets the user see a preview of any app’s icon in the app store, which is now available in Safari.
This makes it easier for users to quickly see what apps they’re using and which ones they might want to look at, especially if they’ve been looking for something that might not be available in their region.iOS 11.1 is also the first iOS update that Apple has released in 2018, and will arrive in the next few weeks.
It adds several features and fixes bugs, among them support for the latest Apple Pay cards.
This update will also introduce support for Apple Pay in the Apple Watch app.