Make a wish: this gorgeous iOS 9 concept video dreams of the new features

Apple logoWe've been seeing Apple's next iOS 9 edition, codenamed Monarch, pop up here and there, indicating that the team from Cupertino is hard at work ironing out the eventual new features and stability improvements, like with all annual iOS editions, for a release some time around the WWDC conference in June.

A recent major tip about what would iOS 9 stand for, hinted that it won't be as much the new features, which are usually the focus, but rather speed, optimization and stability this time. Apple made major changes to iOS an edition ago, completely redrawing the interface, and adding features galore, after all.

While iPhone and iPad users largely welcomed the changes, some balked that Apple is losing the edge in the smooth and fluid operation of its mobile OS that it is famous for. Despite that we might not be seeing major fresh features brought on by iOS 9, one can still dream, right? And dreamy is this part two of Ralph Theodory's iOS 9 concept video series that just went out, depicting wishful features galore, and displaying them in a beautiful footage. Check it out below, and tell us what is your own wishlist for iOS 9.

Source: phoneArena

Tags: Apple, iOS 9, OSes

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