To provide some perspective, iOS 7 was sitting at 90% even before the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus was announced, so safe to say that iOS 8 isn’t as popular as its predecessor. A quick search on Google will yield a lot of complaints about the operating system and its subsequent updates, with users complaining of WiFi and battery issues ever since it was released to the masses.
Hopefully iOS 9 will be able to change all that. iOS 9 is also expected to be a more significant upgrade compared to iOS 8, where there will be some major new features like a revamped Siri, the proactive Spotlight feature that feels a lot like Google Now’s Cards, improved battery life, more efficient, and so on just to name a few.
Either way we suppose we’ll just have to wait and see how well iOS 9 does upon its release, but what do you guys think? Are you more excited for iOS 9 than you were with iOS 8?