Apple Updates ‘iOS 9,’ watchOS And OS X: Here Are The Improvements Made

Apple Updates ‘iOS 9,’ watchOS And OS X: Here Are The Improvements Made
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Apple updated its operating systems a few days ago: iOS 9, OS X and watchOS. This time, the updates come with a number of improvements along with better performance.


Now that Apple has updated three of its operating systems at the same time, there are a bunch of improvements to look at. Let us first start from iOS 9 so that you know what you can now do with your iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus.

iOS 9.1

There is a special announcement for T-Mobile users. The latest iOS 9 update allows T-Mobile users to receive as well as place Wi-Fi calls on other compatible OS X or iOS devices. With this additional feature you will now not have to worry about not being able to be in touch when your iPhone is off. The service extends to Sprint users as well. Your phone will also start or stop capturing images as you move your iPhone as Live Photos now senses upward and downward movements. iOS 9.1 also supports a wide variety of emojis. A new option has been added to the Messages which will allow you to see photos of your contacts in the Messages list.

watchOS 2.0.1

The only change that has been introduced to the Apple Watch with watch OS 2.0..1 update is the emoji. Apple seems to have taken the display of emotions in the form of emoticons seriously. After Whatsapp and Facebook added a new set of emoticons so users can have fun as well as express themselves better in the virtual world, it looks like Apple felt a bit left out. With the latest update, watchOS may also support the latest Apple TV software and TVos in near future.

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OS X 10.11.1

OS X also saw two major changes as the update rolled out. One is emojis and the other is an improved Office 2016. Microsoft Office 2016 users have been complaining about crashes that were fixed with OS X 10.11.1. Nearly 200 emojis have been added to the new OS X including the middle finger and taco emojis.