Early adopters of iOS 9 beta 2 have found another element that will temporary erase applications from over-burden gadgets when there isn’t sufficient space to introduce new software upgrades. Numerous clients with the littler 8GB and 16GB iPhones apparently experienced issues fitting the last upgrade onto their cell phones.


Keeping in mind iOS 9 is just a small amount of the extent of iOS 8 (they’re 1.3 GB and 4.3 GB, separately), Apple is unmistakably attempting to stop comparable protests from the beginning this time around. The new feature will obviously reinstall the erased application once the update has finished – in addition, probably, any client information that was erased alongside the application itself.