If you’re using it, please comment with your impressions. If you’re considering it, I’d recommend installing it on a secondary device – not one you use every day. Here’s a how-to: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/technology/apple/11730587/How-to-download-the-iOS-9-public-beta.html
Double tap home button shows the new app switcher. You get a layered set of “cards”, one for each app that’s open on your device in order by last used.
The keyboard has dedicated cut and paste buttons – swiping two fingers give you more accurate cursor placement (rather than the touch-and-hold-for-a-while method.)
Not much info on this new app – sounds like Feedly or Flipbook.
They’ve added public transit maps for several major cities.
On some models of iPad a swipe from the right edge brings up a “Slide Over” menu – you’ll get a list of Apple apps that you can window. For example if you want to check a map while reading an email just slide and pick. (Currently this works on Air, Air 2, Mini 2 and Mini 3 devices.)
Helps find things in Settings.
On the home screen you can left swipe to get a search screen that offers different options, depending on what you’re doing. It apparently monitors your routine to try to predict what it is you’re looking for. Siri is also a bit more context aware.
Power-save mode (iPhone only)
Drops some power hungry apps into low-power mode to get you more time before recharging.
You can now draw in Notes, store checklists and photos. Great for back-of-an-envelope drawing - without the envelope…
Your favorite new features?