Written by Peter Almeyda
Tomorrow marks the start to a new year using a new iOS. September 16, which is tomorrow, Apple will be releasing both iOS 9 and WatchOS 2.0 for those who wear an Apple Watch. Both iOS 9 and WatchOS 2 were announced this past June during Apple’s annual WWDC event and has been in beta ever since for developers and those who sign up to publicly test Apples newest software betas. iOS 9 includes many new features but perhaps the one we are all excited about is split screen/multitasking for the iPad! WatchOS2 also comes with a few new and enhanced features like the ability to change your watch face to any picture from your phone that you’d like. So how should we prepare for the new updates coming tomorrow? Below there is a list on what to look out for before updating.
What you should know:
After you have successfully updated to iOS 9, enjoy all the new features Apple has imported into their latest OS. If you have an Apple Watch, make sure your Apple Watch is paired to your phone using Bluetooth and head over to the Apple Watch App. Once in the Apple Watch App, go to General>Software Update and WatchOS 2.0 will be displayed! Simply download and install the update onto your watch once it is connected to its charger.
That is everything you should know before you update to these new updates tomorrow. We are just as excited as you are to finally be updating to iOS 9 and WatchOS 2 to see what is new! If you have any questions, you may comment down below or simply ask us on our Instagram account @futureappleceo or Twitter account @futureappleceo1. Happy updating!
Peter Almeyda AKA @BlueShooter