New iOS 9.3 features include the ability to swipe left to zoom into the corner of the screen or tap a single line of text to start a new screen.
But the biggest addition is the ability for users to open and close apps and pages in the background.
The new feature was introduced in iOS 9, and while some of its most visible improvements were the removal of the lock screen and the ability of iOS 9 apps to automatically launch after an app has been closed, there are a number of other changes that will make iOS 9 a better experience for users.
The first of these is a change to the app launcher, which has been in iOS 8 since the early days of the OS.
In iOS 9 the app drawer was designed to act as a virtual window, so that the app could open as a notification, or when a user taps a button.
It was initially designed to be an easy way to launch apps from the lock menu, but the new iOS 9 launcher has been designed to let users quickly jump between apps, and to give them a quick access to their favorite app.
The app launcher has also been updated to be a lot more user-friendly.
The navigation bar has been improved, with a more fluid layout that allows users to easily navigate the app list, search results, and other elements of the app experience.
The redesigned app drawer also includes a toggle for the toggle between app icons, making it easier to quickly access a specific app.
As an added bonus, users will also be able to toggle between apps on the home screen.
As with previous versions of iOS, the new launcher is also more user friendly and intuitive, and is easier to use with a few more tweaks.
A number of apps are now natively compatible with the new app launcher.
You can now access your favorite apps like Twitter, Facebook, and Spotify from the home screens of iOS devices.
And in a nod to the HomeKit standard, iOS 9 has added support for “always on” capabilities for connected home appliances.
While the Homekit standard has its own set of standards for controlling the lights, smart thermostats, and the like, Apple is embracing the HomePod standard to allow smart home devices to act like connected appliances.
Users will be able control the lighting and thermostat on a HomePod, and even adjust the volume on an Apple Watch.
Apple has also made some changes to the overall app experience, making the launcher a bit less cluttered, and making it more convenient to navigate.
The home screen has also undergone a few updates, as well.
For the first time in iOS, users can drag and drop between sections of the Home screen and apps from any app.
Additionally, users won’t need to swipe between two sections of a Home screen to see a list of notifications, since apps can be dragged from the bottom of the list to the top.
Finally, the “Share” icon on the top right of the “Home” screen is now much more useful, and users will now be able see what apps have recently been shared and how much time has passed since they last shared.
There are also a few other improvements that will help make the new iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus a better overall experience for iOS users.
Users can now open the Settings app in iOS 7, and from there, tap the App Store button and select “Browse my App Store.”
There, users are able to see which apps have received updates from the Apple App Store, and will also see a section of the iOS Store dedicated to the Apple Watch apps.
The Apple Watch app has also gotten a redesign that includes a new layout, better design, and a new menu option.
The updated watch app has received a couple of other improvements as well, including a “Show time” and “Start watch” actions.
Users have also been able to view the time on a watch face, and now when they tap on the Watch face, a timer will appear on the screen to remind them of their next steps.
Other improvements include the introduction of the new “My List” feature, which lets users organize their iOS 10 lists into folders, and add them to the “My Events” section of their My Events Calendar.
The “My Calendar” section has also received some minor improvements, including new icons for the “Open event” and the “Close event” buttons, and also new actions for “Add event to calendar” and for “Delete event from calendar.”
There are even a few changes to some of the existing apps that users will be using more often in iOS 10.
The most prominent of these are the “Calendars” app and the new iMessage app.
Both apps have been redesigned in iOS 11, and have been updated with a number new features.
The Calendar app has gotten a much-improved layout, which is more easily navigable, and it has been redesigned for iOS 11.
In addition, users now have the ability now to swipe across calendar items