Apple is on a constant mission to always improve on its mobile operating system, iOS, in every version it releases to the masses. iOS 9 will surely be no exception, and upon its release, we can expect the usual talk about debugging technical issues and enhancing system stability. Of course, there will be some new features too. But perhaps the most intriguing thing is that Apple is reportedly working to improve support for older iOS running devices, particularly older models of iPhones and iPads, even those that are not being sold in stores anymore.
Yes, we are well into the holiday season. There is plenty of cheers, gifts, food, drinks, and of course, taking pictures of your loved ones and the holiday sights. If you own an iPhone, you probably know that your device is generally considered one of the better smartphones out there that consumers can use for capturing images. If you would like to take better pictures this season using your iPhone, you can try checking out the following tips, accessories, and iOS app suggestions.
Today, T-Mobile CEO John Legere announced at a live event in New York City that T-Mobile would begin offering the iPhone 5 on April 12. Referring to the lack of the iPhone as "a huge void" in their slate of device offerings, Leggere announced that T-Mobile would be offering the iPhone 5 for a $99.99 down payment, and then $20 per month for two years. This price does not include the monthly service plan fees.