iPhone 7 and 7 Plus Unboxing

Apple iPhone 7 & iPhone 7 plus Official Video Unboxing


A detailed comparison of the iPhone 7 vs 7 Plus including screen size, the dual camera on the 7 plus and a water test!

The biggest thing to happen to iPhone since iPhone. Creating an entirely new design meant inventing entirely new technology.

iPhone 7 and 7 Plus Unboxing Youtube Video Here

iOS 9 Adoption Appears Stalled at 77 Percent of Active Devices

Apple released its iOS 9 operating system to the public in September last year alongside the launch of the iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus. At that time, it was reported that the iOS 9 penetration was in about 12 percent of the compatible devices within 24 hours since the launch. However, now the mobile OS seems to have reached a sort of plateau in adoption, as per the latest stats shared by Apple.


As seen on the Cupertino-based tech firm’s App Store support page, iOS 9 was installed on 77 percent of active devices as of February 22, which is the same figure it had earlier this month on February 8. It is for this reason multiple reports are pointing to an almost static growth of the adoption. Also worthy of mention, was that it was installed on 75 percent of active devices as of January 11. Although the iOS 9 adoption rate has slowed down, the OS adoption rate is still slighty higher than compared to iOS 8. The iOS 8 reached 77 percent in mid-March last year.

While the latest OS version stands at 77 percent, iOS 8 and older iOS versions stand at 17 percent and 6 percent respectively.

The iOS 9 initially saw a slow adoption when it was launched. As mentioned above the OS was in about 12 percent of the compatible devices within 12 hours, as per a report from Mixpanel. As compared to iOS 8 and iOS 7, the adoption rate of iOS 9 was slow. In the first 24-hour since its release, respectively, iOS 8 saw a penetration of 16 percent, while iOS 7 had more than 20 percent penetration.

Apple last month launched its first developer beta of iOS 9.3 followed by a public version for non-developers. The firm also released its iOS 9.3 Beta 1.1 for the developers along with the OS X 10.11.4 for public beta testers. The OS X 10.11.4 beta was also made available in the same month.

iPhone 5SE and iPad Air 3 release date

You can wrap your smaller mitts around a new 4-inch iPhone starting next month, according to a new report that supposedly also reveals the next iPad Air release date.

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March 18 is when Apple plans to begin selling both the iPhone 5SE and iPad Air 3, according to 9to5Mac, citing unnamed sources.

While plans could always change in the next 30 days, this current two day turnaround time is impressively fast for Apple or any phone and tablet maker.

Apple typically begins shipping new iPhone and iPad products one to two weeks after they are introduced on stage at Apple keynote events. Pre-orders are said to be unlikely.

iPhone 5SE and iPad Air 3 expectations

The 4-inch iPhone 5SE is bound to make a big impact on consumers who refuse to upgrade to the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus and want a one-handed to fit in their hands.

It’ll look more like the iPhone 5S in this respect, but it’s rumored to contain almost all of the specs of an iPhone 6S, including Apple’s A9 processor, Apple Pay and high-resolution camera.

The iPad Air 3, meanwhile, is expected to debut an LED flash in an Apple-made tablet and it’s supposed to inherit compatibility with iPad Pro accessories like the Smart Connector and Apple Pencil.

Apple is reportedly saving the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus launch for the usual September timeframe, and Apple Watch 2 might pop up that month, too, leaving the March event with new Apple Watch bands.

Secret way to dim iPhone screen for nighttime reading

Even at its lowest setting, an iPhone’s display can be too bright if you’re reading in bed at night or in an otherwise dark room. If you find you’re still blinded by the light even after moving the brightness slider all the way to the left in Control Center, there is a way to dim the screen past what the slider allows. In Settings, you can enable a low-light filter and then make it readily accessible from the home button.


1. Go to Settings > General > Accessibility > Zoom.

2. At the top of the Zoom page in settings, tap the toggle switch on for Zoom.

3. Scroll down on the Zoom page in settings and select Full Screen Zoom for Zoom Region and Low Light for Zoom Filter.


Now, with zoom enabled, you can double tap with three fingers to zoom in and out, keeping the low light filter in place either way. That is, if you are zoomed in, you can do a three-finger double tap to zoom out to the normal zoom level and read on an ultra-dim screen.

To make it easier than digging into settings each time you want to enable zoom’s low-light filter, head back to the Accessibility page in Settings and scroll all the way to the bottom. Tap on Accessibility Shortcut and choose Zoom. Now, you can triple-click the home button to turn zoom with its low-light filter on and off.

Best Hidden iPhone Secret Codes 2016

iOS is the one of the best mobile operating system.There are many secret and hidden features in iphone. iOS is getting smarter day by day there are many features which are hidden from the normal users which you can access via only hidden iphone secret codes 2015. iPhone developers also creates many backdoor through which you can enter into the system and you can change settings. It is not meant to be used these backdoor for malicious intent because developers blocked some modes and these backdoor are the way or allow the users to enter into the system and let you become familiar to the system. In smartphone these backdoor are called hidden secret codes. These are the numeric/symbolic sequences which allow you to access system settings for several uses. So here we collected some iphone secret codes 2016. May be some of them not work on specific device but you can try it if you can ! Check out these hidden codes and start exploring your iphone smartphone.


iPhone Secret Codes 2016

It helps to know IMEI Number of any phone i.e. it will work on any smartphone. Everyone knows this iphone secret codes 2015

This code displays information about call forwarding (calls , voice and data)
Information call forwarding if phone is switched off or in case of none of service is available
This code disables all call forwarding!
This code allows or blocks the phone number calling you!
Allows you to hide your phone number
This code will give you a list with multiple configurations like ( call , sms , data etc) and show whether they are enabled or not
This code helps to verify status of call waiting like SMS , Data and Sync data
To know missed calls

So, this is the list of all hidden iphone secret codes 2016 list which are working on all ios 8,7,and on iphone 6,iphone 6 plus,iphone 5s,iphone 5,4 and 3gs also these secret codes working on ipad. I hopes these codes  will help you alot. If you are facing any error or found any wrong codes then just drop it in comment section. Feel free to share these iphone secret hidden codes with your friends.

Guide to every single new emoji in iOS 9.1

When you’re at a loss for words, emoji can fill the silence. Now, you have 184 more to choose from.

Apple released iOS 9.1 for iPhone and iPad on Wednesday, and the update includes new wallpapers and support for Live Photos. But the most exciting update, of course, is the new emoji. Scrolling through your emoji keyboard can be overwhelming, so we’ve rounded them up here for you.


There are some you’ve probably been waiting for (the middle finger, taco and burrito) but there are others we didn’t even know we wanted until this week (the unicorn and Vulcan Salute/Spock/Star Trek ones). Then there are few that imply much more than their face value, like the mysterious eye.

We’ve divided the full slate into categories, below, along with suggestions for how to use each.


Slightly Smiling Face: When you’re feeling only slightly happy OR that awkward face you make when you see someone you know whose name you don’t remember.

Hugging Face: Use this to give someone a virtual hug.

Thinking Face: Use this to tell someone you’ll get back to them with an answer.

Face With Rolling Eyes: In case the Unamused Face (or what I call the side-eye emoji) isn’t getting your annoyance across, this over-the-top eye roll might suffice.

Zipper-Mouth Face: When you’re tired of telling someone to “Zip it.”

Nerd Face: The instant messaging days of typing out “nerd” with “8-B” are now over.

White Frowning Face: The perfect frown to emote complete and utter sadness and hopelessness.

Slightly Frowning Face: The perfect frown to emote half-complete and utter sadness and hopelessness.

Upside-down Face: When you’re feeling a little silly and/or tipsy and/or drunk.

Face With Thermometer: The universal sign of the upcoming flu season.

Face With Head-bandage: When you’re injured — metaphorically or physically — but functional enough to still text your status.

Money-mouth Face: C.R.E.A.M.

Robot Face: When you’re talking to a dude on Tinder who’s using pick-up lines and messages that sound like a broken record. Or robot.

Helmet With White Cross: The cross symbol on this helmet is used as a safety reminder in construction zones in Japan, according to Emojipedia. The helmet is also similar to the one worn by the Mega Man game character Met, who wears the hard hats for invincibility.

Sleuth or Spy: Use this to show you’re feeling a little sneaky.

Speaking Head in Silhouette: Use this to encourage someone to speak out, or to symbolize a rally or protest.

Reversed Hand With Middle Finger Extended: When a passive “K” isn’t enough, or you’re discussing the patriarchy.

Sign of the Horns: Is this a horn sign or a “rock on” sign? Do we know the difference anymore?

Raised Hand With Fingers Splayed: Use this to virtually high-five someone.

Raised Hand With Part Between Middle And Ring Fingers: The “Live Long and Prosper” Vulcan Salute from Star Trek first appeared in the “Amok Time” episode. Leonard Nimoy, who played Spock and popularized the hand gesture, was inspired by the way kohanim, the Hebrew word for priests, held their hands during a “priestly blessing,” a Jewish benediction. The gesture represents the Hebrew letter Shin.

Writing Hand: Does anyone actually write anymore? Haven’t they heard of emoji?

Eye: This eye is almost too realistic.

Dark Sunglasses: This is a slight change from the emoji face with sunglasses, so if you’re going for a minimal, effortless approach to “cool,” this is the one for you.


Lion Face: The lion is said to have a timid face. Who knew the feline could show a less fierce side.

Unicorn Face: UNICORNS ARE REAL. THIS IS PROOF. In Silicon Valley, this one has even more meaning.

Chipmunk: Use this to show your post-wisdom-tooth-removal face.

Turkey: The No. 1 trending emoji on Thanksgiving.

Dove of Peace: Woodstock.

Crab: The indirect way of asking your Tinder match if they’ve been tested yet.

Spider, Spider Web, Scorpion: Use these to ask someone to help you kill a pesky bug in your room.

Thermometer: Cue Sean Paul’s “Temperature.”

Thunder Cloud with Rain, White Sun with Small Cloud, White Sun Behind Cloud, White Sun Behind Cloud with Rain, Cloud with Rain, Cloud with Snow, Cloud with Lightning, Cloud with Tornado, Fog: When someone’s too lazy to check the weather themselves, just take your pick.

Wind Blowing Face: A face blowing wind, or a face blowing … something else?

Umbrella: With all the new umbrella emoji, there are now five you can choose from, including the Umbrella With Raindrops emoji we already had.

Snowman: Unlike the snowman we already had, this one actually has snow falling around it.

Comet: This is way cooler than the shooting star emoji.


Hot Pepper: It’s not Sriracha, but it’ll do. Use this to tell someone they’re hot, hot, hot, or that you want spicy food.

Cheese Wedge: How have we not had this before? It’s only like the best food group to ever exist.

Hot Dog: Yeah, this could symbolize the beloved American classic served at baseball games and on the Fourth of July, buuuut we know what you’re really thinking about.

Taco: Likewise, yes, tacos are most delicious during breakfast, lunch and dinner. Taco also compliments the hot dog, if that’s your thing.

Burrito: Chipotle and chill?

Popcorn: Netflix and chill?

Bottle With Popping Cork: FINALLY, a sign for an orgasm.

Fork and Knife With Plate: An upgrade from the emoji of just the fork and knife, this is the five-course meal of silverware emoji.


Man in Business Suit Levitating: Apparently, the Webdings version of this emoji was “intended to be an exclamation mark in the style of the rude boy logo found on records by The Specials published under the 2 Tone Records label,” according to linguist Andrew West, who references a post by political cartoonist Jen Sorensen. This isn’t confirmed, but we will say it also reminds us a little of Rene Magritte’s Golconda.

Rosette: The history of this flower decoration dates back to its use in ancient art and sculptures.

Reminder Ribbon: The yellow ribbon has been used to show awareness for various causes across the globe. In the U.S., it has symbolized supporting the troops, in addition to other purposes. The U.S. and New Zealand have used the ribbon to represent suicide prevention. The Yellow Ribbon Project in Singapore was created to give ex-offenders a second chance at life.

Golfer: A hole in one!

Ice Skate: Use this when you want to hit the rink, or you’re feeling like an ice princess.

Skier: The old set of emoji gave us skis, but no one to ski on them. Now we have both.

Person with Ball: We had a basketball, but now we have someone to dribble it.

Weight Lifter: Now you have a response to all the people who ask, “Do you even lift, bro?”

Racing Car, Racing Motorcycle: When you feel the need for speed, choose one of these two.

Sports Medal: Use this to tell someone you placed at a sports event.

Cricket Bat and Ball, Volleyball, Field Hockey Stick and Ball, Ice Hockey Stick and Puck, Table Tennis Paddle and Ball, Badminton Racquet and Shuttlecock: Unicode, the lexicon of all emoji, aimed to include sports that were popular globally in version 8.0.

Admission Tickets: Handy for planning a night out at the movies.

Umbrella on Ground: You’ll notice below that there’s also an umbrella on the beach emoji. These are the same thing, aren’t they? Wrong. That one is at the beach, and this one is just on random ground somewhere else.


World Map: We’re going to take a wild guess and say the use of physical maps has declined dramatically in the wake of smartphones and GPS devices. However, a folded map is a much more nostalgic way to say “road trip.”

Snow-capped Mountain: The Mount Fuji emoji we already had was almost a little too perfect. This one has a little edge.

Mountain: See above (without snow).

Camping: The daytime version of the tent emoji we already had.

Beach With Umbrella: What we’ll all be dreaming of come the next Snowpocalypse.

Desert: When someone is really, really thirsty.

Desert Island: Wilson!

National Park: We’re not sure which national park this is supposed to resemble, but we’re wondering how many stars it would get on Yelp.

Stadium: #Sports.

Classical Building: When you’re texting about, you know, ancient Greek temples or something.

Building Construction: Will be used daily by anyone who lives in a major city.

House Buildings: Suburbia, basically.

Cityscape: Concrete jungle where dreams are made of…

Derelict House Building: When you’re complaining to the landlord about your apartment.

Place of Worship: This emoji is inclusive of any building of worship for all faiths and religions. A Buddha was on Unicode 8.0’s list of potential emoji, but was “removed due to Unicode selection criteria which recommends against adding emoji of people or deities,” according to Emojipedia.

Kaaba: Muslims consider the Kaaba, also spelled ka’bah, to be the most sacred spot on Earth, according to the Encyclopædia Britannica. It’s a small shrine located near the center of the Great Mosque in Mecca, and Muslims orient themselves toward this building during the five daily prayers.

Mosque: A place of worship for followers of Islam.

Synagogue: A place of worship, assembly and study for followers of Judaism.

Shinto Shrine: A place of worship for followers of the Japanese indigenous religion, Shinto.

Motorway: If you look closely, you’ll notice a sign heading toward Cupertino, the home of Apple’s headquarters. Probably not a coincidence.

Railway Track: The set of many high school senior photo shoots … and movies about high school senior photo shoots.

Passenger Ship: The perfect emoji to reference Titanic or a cruise vacation.

Ferry: It’s only half a ferry, but ferries are half-fun anyway.

Motorboat: Ideal for sexting. Use this when you’re actually talking about a motorboat (noun), or use it when you want to motorboat (verb).

Small Airplane: We’re wondering if this was inspired by Jimbo, the talking airplane in the British cartoon series Jimbo and the Jet-Set.

Airplane Departure: Please fasten your seatbelts and prepare for takeoff.

Airplane Arriving: See above.

Satellite: Use this when you’re talking about space… or the NSA.

Hole: What you want to crawl into on Monday mornings. And maybe Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday mornings, too.

Shopping Bags: Get in, loser, we’re going shopping.

Prayer Beads: More than two-thirds of the world’s population use prayer beads as part of religious practices, including Christianity, Islam, Buddhism and Hinduism, according to the Museum of Anthropology at the University of Missouri. There are also different kinds of beads, such as mala, subha and rosary.

Skull and Crossbones: A skull emoji was already available, but the skull and crossbones is more for the “badass” vibe than the “actually dead” vibe.

Amphora: You might be tempted to just call this a vase, but the historical significance of this item goes way back. It’s an ancient vessel form that is one of the main shapes of Greek pottery, according to the Encyclopædia Britannica. The two types that differ in the way the neck meets the body, and date back as far as 900 B.C.

Frame With Picture: Not exactly a Cezanne, but it’ll do. Use this in your next ‘gram at the #museum.

Oil Drum: We have no idea when you would use this emoji, unless you’re planning to blow a place up on the set of an action film — or you’re planning a STOMP performance.

Bellhop Bell: When you’re still waiting for someone to respond to your text.

Sleeping Accommodation: A bed with a person (or where you want to be every weekday before noon).

Bed: A bed without a person (or where you probably actually are every weekday before noon).

Couch and Lamp: The setting of Netflix and chill.

Stopwatch, Timer Clock, Mantelpiece Clock: Use these to tell someone you’re in a time crunch.

Desktop Computer: This isn’t a PC, that’s for sure. This emoji represents an iMac.

Printer: Nag your coworkers for how much paper they waste.

Keyboard: Use this to tell your friend that you’re going to start Gchatting her instead of texting her.

Three Button Mouse: This mouse is a replica of Apple’s Magic Mouse.

Trackball: British electrical engineer Kenyon Taylor and his team invented the mouse’s predecessor in 1952 while working on the Royal Canadian Navy’s Digital Automated Tracking and Resolving (DATAR) project.

Film Projector: This is a slight tweak from the Movie Camera emoji.

Camera With Flash: How to nonchalantly ask someone to take a candid photo of you for your new profile pic.

Candle: How to tell someone their room smells.

Rolled-Up Newspaper: No, newspapers aren’t dying; they are immortal in emoji.

Ballot Box With Ballot: Kanye 2020.

Lower Left Fountain Pen, Lower Left Ballpoint Pen, Lower Left Paintbrush, Lower Left Crayon: Choose your writing tool wisely. From the fountain pen to the crayon, these range from super fancy and official to not so much.

Card Index Dividers, Card File Box, File Cabinet: Use this when you (or someone else) need to organize.

Spiral Note Pad: Use this to tell someone to take notes during a meeting.

Spiral Calendar Pad: Use this to tell someone to mark the date for an important event.

Linked Paperclips: Use this to ask your coworker to order more office supplies.

Wastebasket: Use this to passive agressively tell your roommate to clean the apartment.

Old Key: You’re able to tell a serious secret.

Pick, Hammer and Pick, Hammer and Wrench: Ask someone to put together IKEA furniture for you.

Gear: Use 20 of these if someone is grinding your gears.

Compression: Use this to tell someone the file they’re sending is way too big.

Alembic: This is a device used to distill chemicals.

Scales: Use this when you’re having a discussion about equality.

Chains: Tell your neighbor that her dog is getting in your garden. (Or for… other reasons.)

Dagger Knife, Crossed Swords, Shield, Bow and Arrow: How to choose your weapon of choice for the next Hunger Games.

Coffin: How you’re feeling on Monday morning.

Funeral Urn: How to tell your mom you accidentally knocked this off the mantelpiece.

Military Medal: Only use this in texts to those who hold the highest honor.

Film Frames: Netflix and chill. (As you’ve noticed throughout this guide, there are a lot of new emoji that can be used for Netflix and chill. Choose appropriately.)

Label: The sort of emoji you’d only use with a coworker.

Joystick: Use this to talk about gaming or bedroom games.

Studio Microphone: How to tell your parents the final season of American Idol is baaaaack.

Level Slider: Use this level slider to indicate volume or Photoshop tools.

Control Knobs: When you want to tell your friend you’re going to turn up at an EDM show.

Waving White Flag, Waving Black Flag: Surrender or start a texting war.


Heavy Heart Exclamation Mark Ornament: Only use this for the people you love the most.

Right Anger Bubble: When you’re too angry for words, but you still need some way to express your rage.

Black Right-Pointing Double Triangle With Vertical Bar, Black Right-Pointing Triangle With Double Vertical Bar, Black Left-Pointing Double Triangle With Vertical Bar, Double Vertical Bar, Black Square for Stop, Black Circle for Record: When you’re discussing the Drake tracks you want to skip, pause, play, stop or record forever. But are there actually any Drake tracks you want to skip or stop?

Keycap Asterisk: In case a plain old regular * isn’t enough to sensor your expletives.

Fleur-De-Lis: Translated to “flower of the lily,” it has historically been used to signify French royalty. The symbol represents perfection, light and life. In some places, however, the flower could mean something else. In Louisiana, if slaves ran away, they were reportedly branded with the fleur-de-lis as punishment.

Atom Symbol: Use this to tell someone you need help with science homework.

Om Symbol: One of the most important spiritual symbols in Hinduism. Some scholars say the shape represents the syllables of om; the three is the Sanskrit letter for ‘ahh,’ that same three with the mini S on it is ‘oooh,’ and the bindhi and half-moon at the top are the ‘mmm.’

Menorah With Nine Branches: The menorah, or tree of lights, is a candelabra that holds nine candles. It is used during the Jewish holiday Hanukkah.

Star of David: This symbol is known in Hebrew as the Magen David, or Shield of David. It is generally recognized as the symbol of Judaism.

Wheel of Dharma: This is a symbol used to represent Buddhism and Buddhist teachings.

Yin Yang: This is a concept shared by various groups in Chinese philosophy. The earliest Chinese characters for yin and yang were found in inscriptions on “oracle bones” as early as the 14th century B.C.E., according to the Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy.

Latin Cross: Also known as the Christian cross.

Orthodox Cross: This is similar to the Christian cross. The top bar is the sign that was hung over Christ’s head; the center bar is where Christ’s arms were nailed; the bottom bar is where his feet rested.

Star and Crescent: The crescent moon and star is often associated with Islam, as some Muslim nations have incorporated the symbol onto its flags. But some in the Muslim community reject it as a pagan symbol.

Peace Symbol: An alternative to the hand making a peace sign. Perfect for your hippie Instagrams.

Radioactive Sign: Use this when singing “Whoa, oh, oh, oh, oh, whoa, oh, oh, oh, I’m radioactive, radioactive.”

Biohazard Sign: Use this in response to people whose text conversations are a hazard to your brain cells.

Eye in Speech Bubble: This emoji’s meaning transcends the virtual space. It’s an anti-bullying symbol used in the I Am A Witness initiative and is meant to help bystanders and victims confront online harassment and support those who are bullied.

How to enable Wi-Fi Calling on your iPhone

Wi-Fi calling uses your current Wi-Fi network to make phone calls with little or no cellular coverage. This is a very useful feature for folks that get poor coverage in their homes. If your house has Wi-Fi you can supplement your weak cellular coverage with the stronger Wi-Fi reception to make better calls.


Currently, Wi-Fi calling is available for these carriers in the United States and Internationally:
•Canada: Bell, Rogers
•Hong Kong: 3, SmarTone
•United Kingdom: EE, Vodafone
•United States: AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile

Wi-Fi calling is also available on the iPhone 5c, iPhone 5s, iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. You’ll need to check in with your wireless carrier to see if they support your older device.

How to enable Wi-Fi Calling on your iPhone
•To enable Wi-Fi calling, go to Settings -> Phone -> Wi-Fi Calling. You may need to enter or confirm your address for emergency services.
•If Wi-Fi Calling is available on your device, you’ll see Wi-Fi Calling on This Phone. Tap on the slider to enable this feature. Also, make sure to read the fine print, as they may differ from carrier to carrier. Once you tap the slider, you receive a pop-up message and must tap Enable.


For AT&T users, and possibly other carriers, you may see this message after enabling Wi-Fi calling.

Looks like the option hasn’t been pushed to all devices for now. You can also call your carrier and check on availability dates as well.

Wi-Fi Calling is a super useful feature for pretty much everyone. Whether you have bad reception in your home or simply want to use as little cellular time as possible, Wi-Fi Calling is a life-saver.

How to upgrade to iOS 9 The complete guide

With today’s release of iOS 9, Apple has introduced a number of exciting new features. From the stylish News app to side-by-side multitasking on the iPad, iOS 9 is a must-have update for anyone with a device running the previous release. Ready to make the jump? Here’s how.


First off, back up everything. The update process should leave all of your data intact, but there’s always a chance that something bad could happen. Whether you’re backing up to your computer or iCloud, just make sure your important files are securely resting on some other device.

Next, you’ll need to decide how you want to update your device. You can upgrade directly on your iPad, iPhone, or iPod Touch, but those of us with 16GB models might have a difficult time squeezing enough space to successfully store the update file. Alternately, you can plug your device into a Mac or PC running iTunes, and perform the update from there. The method is completely up to you — just follow the applicable guide below.

Update on your iOS device


1. Launch the Settings app

From your home screen, find your Settings app, and tap on the icon. Once launched, tap on the “General” button.


2. Go to “Software Update”

From the “General” screen, tap the “Software Update” button.


3. Download and install the update

On this screen, you should be notified that a new version of iOS is available. Tap “Download and Install,” and follow the instructions. This process will take a while, so make sure you have plenty of battery life before jumping in. Being plugged into a wall outlet or computer would be even better.


4. Finish up

Once the OS update has finished installing, you’ll be given a “Hello” screen, and then told that the update is complete. Follow the instructions, and enter your passwords when prompted. You’re now ready to use iOS 9.

Update with iTunes


1. Plug in, and launch iTunes

When you launch iTunes with your iOS device plugged into your Mac or PC, you should see this dialog box. Click “Download and Update” to begin the process. Your device will be backed up, and the OS update will begin to download.


2. Push the update to your device

Once the download has completed, you’ll be presented with another dialog. When you’re ready to go, press the “Update” button. This will definitely take some time, so expect to leave your iOS device plugged in for a long while. Whatever you do, don’t interrupt the process.


3. Finish up

Once your device reboots, you’ll be greeted with a “Hello” screen. Swipe away, follow the instructions, and you’re ready to enjoy all that iOS 9 has to offer.

iOS 9 Download Links

iOS 9 Download links for aal who want install new iOS 9. IOS 9 is most awaited iOS in Apple history. IOS 9 Download links for iPhone, iPad also. We know that new iOS 9 download release date is 16-th September (Today). It’s mean that in such date we will see new features, usability and unibody of iOS.


Direct download links for iOS 9.0:

What iOS 9 Means for the Enterprise

Combined with EMM, the release of iOS 9 gives IT a seamless and unified way to deploy, secure, and manage iOS devices and apps from start to finish.


Admins can quickly configure and deploy thousands of devices with fewer touches, enabling end users to be productive from the minute they get their devices. With iOS 9 and MobileIron, IT admins have the advanced tools they need to accelerate mobile initiatives as well as their careers.

This white paper covers the new iOS 9 features that enable advanced enterprise security, faster device and app deployment, and enhanced productivity. It also provides five key recommendations for IT admins and developers to prepare their organizations for the new OS.