Posted on July 7, 2015
Apple users who have limited space in their iDevices need not to worry about installing iOS 9.
9to5mac.com reported that Apple has build a feature into the new iOS allowing it to squeeze into an iDevice with limited space by temporarily erasing some apps. This feature was discovered by some users while updating from iOS 9’s beta 1 to beta 2, the reporter said.
According to the report, this new feature allows the new iOS to deletes application if you don’t have free space available to perform software update. The good news is, once the update is done, the uninstalled apps will automatically be reinstalled and your data will remain intact.
A new feature in iOS 9 called “app thinning” allows developers to distribute only the necessary parts of their apps to users.