Apple has begun rolling out its next-generation software to iPhones, iPads and the iPod touch.
The latest version, called iOS 9, was unveiled at Apple’s WWDC conference in June and has been in beta with developers since.
New features include live wallpapers, better battery life, a smart news app and an updated keyboard.
The software for iOS 9 is available to download with an iPhone 4s or newer, iPad 2 or newer, the iPad mini and later models as well as the fifth-generation iPod touch.
Other additions include a News app, which contains stories specially selected by the tech giant, Proactive Assistant which resembles Google Now, and updated HealthKit tools.
Apple has also added an app that makes it easier for Android users to switch to iOS.
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