After the iOS 8’s public launch months ago, the iOS 9 release date rumor mill is now starting to churn out.
According to latest reports and based on Apple’s release pattern, a new version of the iOS firmware might arrive next year.
Apple provides updates to its mobile operating system once a year and if this goes true as well for the next-gen firmware, fans might see the iOS 9 unveiling during the summer of 2015, as posted on MacWorld.co.uk.
Particularly, the latest educated guesses about the iOS 9 release date suggest that it will be initially unveiled during the Worldwide Developers Conference that the Cupertino-based tech titan will host next year.
Apple’s WWDC event usually happens every June.
Prior to the iOS 9 release to public, which is rumored for September 2015, beta versions of the iOS 8’s successor might be provided to developers first, similar to what was done with previous iOS versions.
Reports about the new features of the iOS 9 are still scarce but according to PC Advisor, many are hoping that the iOS 9 will allow multiple user accounts in iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices.
The report noted that introducing the Family Sharing feature in iOS 8 might be a sign that the tech firm entertains the idea of multiple user account feature in it future OS.
The split-screen multitasking feature was already rumored for the iOS 8 but apparently, it did not pan out.
As a result, the feature is now included in the iOS 9 wish list.
Furthermore, there are also speculations suggesting that the split-screen functionality might be available on the rumored iPad Pro.
Check back on this site for more reports about the iOS 9 release date.