“Some of iOS 9‘s more important planned enhancements include split-screen apps on iPads, a new Home app for controlling HomeKit accessories, a new system-wide UI font, a mass transit directions service for the Maps app, and major quality, performance, and security enhancements,” Mark Gurman reports for 9to5Mac. “However, multiple sources note that there will also be some smaller, but still important, tweaks to the operating system.”
“Sources confirm that the next-generation iPhone will look like an iPhone 6 but will include a Force Touch display with haptic feedback as one of its marquee feature additions,” Gurman reports. “To go with the new hardware, Apple has designed iOS 9 to be Force Touch-ready and is working to let developers integrate Force Touch into App Store apps.”
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MacDailyNews Take: As we said back in February when AppleInsider reported this, “And, Android, littered across a veritable junkyard full of disparate devices, will not be able to follow.”