iOS 9 Beta was made available for all the developers who have registered with Apple last month. Now this software has been made public and available at free of cost for all, thus saving 99$ that developers had to pay for registration.
An interesting update that users will see in iOS 9 Beta is that the gadget is automatically going to detect different kinds of snaps taken with the aid of this gadget and thereafter store them in different folders accordingly. For example: screenshots and selfies will be automatically stored in separate folders. So there would not be any need of scanning the photo library from time to time to delete all the unwanted files. The phone has got this ability to detect what kind of photo it is basically from the way the photos were taken.
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Google Photos already adapted this feature quite a long time back and all photos are automatically stored in different category of folders like downloads, selfies, whatsapp images etc. This categorization is done with the help of advanced programs present in the OS.
One of the best news that Apple gave us in the WWDC 2015 is that the total file size of the iOS 9 is 1.8 GB. Whereas iOS 8 occupied 4.6 GB space of the phone. This is definitely good news for Apple iPhone and iPad users as Apple products do not come with space for external storage.
In the WWDC 2015, Apple has also launched the latest version of OS X which is called OS X EI and its beta version is made available to users. If you are trying out the Beta version of iOS 9 or OS X EI, do not forget to give your feedback about these platforms are the feedback Assistant app. This will help in making the platform even better and user friendly.