Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Apple iOS 9.1 for test launch of iPad Pro in October? – TechTastic

Apple’s iOS 9 according to the latest rumors on woensdag September 16 launch for the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch, but now the company would internally already begun testing the first major update to iOS 9.1. The website MacRumors says that in July for two weeks has seen an increase in the number of devices running on iOS 9.1.

The website reports that a small number of devices with iOS 9.1 are from July 21 spotted in the logs of the server. In the next two weeks, this number grew steadily further, after almost completely halted in August. Most of the visits came from iOS 9.1 iPad and iPad Mini, while the rest of the visit was from a device with the same size as the iPhone 6 Plus. It is not clear whether these are existing iOS devices or new products, such as the iPhone 6S Plus , iPad Mini 4 or iPad Air 3 .

It is still unclear what is going to bring new features iOS 9.1, but according to several rumors the update simultaneously with the 12,9-inch iPad Pro launched, which would be announced at a private event in October or November. We may be able during this event also the iPad Mini 4 or iPad Air 3 expect, although it also models according to recent news can be presented at the iPhone event on September 9.

However, we consider it likely that the new iPads, including the iPad Pro, will be presented at a separate event, as was the case in previous years. In recent weeks we have simply seen too little leak components that signal the arrival of an iPad Pro. A launch in October or November, Apple also gives more time to fully optimize iOS 9.1 for the larger 12.9-inch screen of the iPad Pro. In addition, the tablet would have a pressure-sensitive Force Touch touchscreen (optional) stylus and a USB-C port with support for peripherals


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