Editors at Apple are now tasked with making a list of the news stories that they think deserve to be at the top of the list. The editors will now curate such content and post them to the list, refreshing the list periodically.
Apple has also added a thrifty new feature known as Mail Drop, which allows the users to send files up to a maximum size of 5GB via Mail and iCloud. Even though this feature is active for quite a while now, it was available only for the OS X users. Apple has just introduced it to iOS 9.2.
If you haven’t been prompted for the update, do not worry. Head to Settings > General > Software update and check whether the update is available on your device. Once you have that sorted, you can go ahead with the installation.
Updating your OS is a straightforward task. Just follow the instructions laid down in the prompt. All you need is a working Wi-Fi connection and sufficient battery charge. Just make sure that once the installation starts, there are no disturbances.
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