Apple has finally rolled out the public beta version of the highly anticipated iOS 9 for their iPhone 4s, 5, 6 and the 6 Plus models. Previously one had to pay a premium of $99 approx Rs. 6,300 to lay their hands on the developer version.
It's up for grabs for free though! But before you start downloading the stuff we thought we should let you know of one of the nifty feature that Apple has bundled into their OS.
The new version of the iOS will auto detect all your selfies, screenshots and arrange them in separate folders. Yes that's great news for all the Selfie lovers out there as this new feature would prevent cluttering your Photo Library with unnecessary images that may leave you embarrassed.
Apple has tweaked the camera software so that it can differentiate the normal photo from the selfies and screenshots via the way the images have been taking. iOS previously used to have a different folders for Time Lapse, Slomo, Burst Shoot and Videos.
The iOS 9 at 1.8GB is also much smaller than the previous generation which used to eat up round 4.8GB of space. This will help users in saving their precious memory. Once you are done with downloading the iOS 9 beta using your MAC ID you will find an app called Feedback assistant via which you can report bugs.
It's the same as the Bug report app which we are used to see in the Android devices.
The iOS beta is still in beta stage and might contains lot of bugs that need to be fixed. With time though all these issues will be reported and the American giant will finally launch the stable version sometime in September.
This is a word of caution for all those who want to download the beta version as their daily driver in their iPhones.