Apple releases new test versions of iOS, watchOS and OS X.




Apple on Tuesday new beta version of its latest operating system iOS 9 watchOS 2 and OS X 10:11 El Capitan released. In iOS 9 is reportedly a program to remove apps temporarily to make way for system updates.

The versions come over-the-air in and provide mostly bugfixes. However, the latest iOS test version has a new addition to managing storage, discovered Macrumors. It is a pop-up users with too little space for retrieving the update proposes to remove apps. That way, they can free up space for important system updates. In the past, proved it is not always possible to install software updates by too little space. After installing the removed apps are automatically put back and restores all data, so users are not affected.

Apple presented iOS 9 early this month. The new version of the mobile operating system from Apple, among other things focuses on improvements for virtual assistant Siri and new features for iPads. It is also likely to have higher screen resolutions, indicating the arrival of a larger iPad.

The American manufacturer Tuesday also released a new test version for watchOS 2 Apple Watch the operating system. The update was withdrawn shortly afterwards after users reported some difficulties during the upgrade. Presumably, the new version will appear later. In watchOS 2, which earlier this month was announced, users can change the watch face in a photo or album. In addition, there include a new feature called Complications. Allows developers to add information from other apps Watch.

Until finally, Apple released a new beta version of the new OS X version called El Capitan out, which mainly contains bug fixes. El Capitan, formally known as OS X 10:11, includes enhancements to the interface. The update also brings with it many changes under the hood. Thus, 40 percent have apps load faster.


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