Every time, iOS iteration comes with a handful of new changes. This time also iOS 9 brings in some small and big changes which are reported by the 9to5Mac this week earlier. The new features include the rumour of a Force Touch Display with haptic feedback on the next-gen iPhone. This new technology has already integrated into the latest Cupertion’s MacBooks which allows for different actions depending on the level of pressure user apply on the Touchpad. This technology may come in handy on next-gen iPhone 6S particularly on services like maps, media players, calendars and many more.
Other than that, the next iOS 9 also feature a new slightly longer keyboard with additional editing controls when flipped into portrait mode. Apple is also said to have redesigned the Shift Key to make it more obvious when shift or caps lock is turned on, 9to5Mac reported. Apple’s iMessage may also get support for read receipts in group chats and the ability to choose which contacts can see a message’s “read” status. Amazingly, the new iOS 9 also provides great support to the old devices like iPhone 4s and iPad Mini.