Apple’s iOS 9 is here! In case you hadn’t heard. (Spoiler: yes, you should download it. Just go to Settings > General > Software Update.) And while the new operating system may not look much different than the previous version, under the hood there are several noticeable improvements. More importantly, iOS 9 is the fullest realization yet of…
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