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Source: optimization and stability became the main goal in the development of Apple iOS 9
One of the main directions in the development of new mobile platform iOS 9 is the optimization and stability of the operating system. It is reported by 9to5Mac, citing informed sources.
Recent software Apple does not boast stability. Users and developers agree that the number of errors in operating systems iOS and OS X took catastrophic proportions. Perhaps the problem lies in the fact that Apple is rushing to the empowerment of the OS, so do not have the ability to maintain the quality of the development at the same level.
Apple releases new versions of the operating system for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch every year since 2007. In iOS 7 the company completely redesigned user interface, integrated control point, added support for Touch ID. In the current release, for the moment, iOS 8, external changes substantially less – Apple focused on new features and technologies.
The appearance of the first version of “eight” is accompanied by a large number of user complaints on the operating system. And iOS 8.0.1 update and all had to withdraw because of problems with a cellular connection and fingerprint scanner Touch ID. With iOS 9, allegedly, Apple seeks to prevent such situations.
When a new release of iOS engineers focus on bug fixes, improved stability and increased productivity, said the source. At the same time, Apple seeks to reduce the size of the operating system and updates, which is important for users of 8- and 16-gigabyte version of the iPhone and iPad.
The source noted that Apple is now considering the possibility to refuse to support processor A5. With high probability, iOS 9 will only work on devices with 64-bit chips, A7, A8 and A9. In other words, Apple would exclude from their ranks of iPhone 5, iPhone 5c, iPad mini and the first-generation iPod touch 5G.
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