Apple's new iOS 9 has only been widely available to users for about three days and according to statistics by mixpanel, it already has about 20% adoption rating. That is a truly impressive rate, especially compared to rival Android, which is still dealing with major fragmentation with about 37% Lollipop dissipation and around 38.5% for KitKat and 21.5% still on Jelly Bean.
That stems directly from the main philosophy of Apple - it has always operated on a closed and tight production process, where it has full control over updating the firmware of its products.
If you have an iOS9-compatible device, but haven't tried it yet, we really encourage you to do so as it brings quite a few niceties. There's a new font throughout, a new multitasking app switcher, an improved Siri, split-screen multitasking for the newest big iPads, as well as a new News app built-in. The new Wallet app lets you store credit cards and reward cards in the same place for use with Apple Pay, and the Notes app has been revamped too.
i updated my iphone 5s to ios9 and when i restarted it refused to accept my passcode , has anyone else face this problem and what is the solution for this ?????
I about done with most touch screen devices except for smartphones, tablets aren't nearly as productive as x86-64 laptops are even the hybrid ones with its janky cheap looking keyboards and imposing mobile integration.
Surface Pro user here. Android tablets are gimped versions of this. If you're using you tablet , it's spelled "tablet" not "phone". Stop changing it just because you called out.