Apple unveiled iOS 9, its new mobile operating system, at the annual developers' conference Monday. While the new OS won't be released in beta form until July (and a final release in the fall fall), it's available to registered developers — who are, of course, posting their discoveries to reddit and Twitter. We added iOS 8 screenshots for side-by-side comparisons that show some of the key changes coming when iOS 9 goes public.
There's a lot you should be excited about. In a few months, we'll see improvements to the Notes, Maps and Alarms apps, as well as updates to Siri, the keyboard (finally!) and search tools.
1. Here's the new iOS 9 home screen. Check out the Wallet app.