A guide to the latest Apple software and updates
A new Apple software update is out, but it isn’t for everyone.
A free trial version is also available.
The software update, codenamed BMC, is the latest version of the iPhone software.
It brings a number of improvements including support for iCloud, iTunes Match, Siri, FaceTime, and iMessage.
Users of the new software are encouraged to check out the full release notes below:This is a beta release and we recommend that you apply the software updates and follow the instructions in the manual.
The iOS 9.3.1 update is a critical update for many iPhone users.
As we reported earlier today, iOS 9 will include new features like a new iOS app called Xcode and a new Messages app that makes it easier to create custom emoji.
Apple has already announced that iOS 9, the ninth major update for the iPhone since it debuted in 2014, will include a number new features and improvements.
iOS 9 is scheduled to roll out later this week to users of the Mac, iPad, and iPod touch.
iOS 10 will be released to users on September 18.