I haven’t wrote about Formula 1 on my blog in a while but let’s be honest, there hasn’t been much to talk about. At time of writing, Mercedes’ have just clinched the 2015 Constructors’ Championship and in two weeks time, Hamilton could win the Championship, the question is, what does he need to do in order to clinch his third world title?
Let me say this right away, everyone running OS X Yosemite should upgrade to OS X El Capitan. Apple have focused on performance, stability and security enhancements so although there aren’t many new features El Capitan is a brilliant update and I’m going to say it’s nearly on par with OS X Snow Leopard and OS X Mountain Lion, arguably two of Apple’s best OS X updates.
I’m going to get straight to the point, iOS 9 is better than iOS 8. Siri is a lot smarter, there’s a new Low Power mode, new Multitasking experiences for iPad and much more. One of the best things about iOS 9 is that every device that was compatible with iOS 8 last year is compatible with this update.
I’ll be honest, watchOS 2 is what should of shipped when Apple Watch was originally released. It includes much-needed features and optimisation enhancements. If you haven’t already got an Apple Watch or you’re still on the fence, watchOS 2 might make you change your mind. The software that shipped with Apple Watch (which I will simply refer to as watchOS) was sluggish and the biggest feature that was missing was native apps. watchOS 2 was due for release on the 16th of September 2015 alongside iOS 9 but due to a critical bug, watchOS 2 was delayed. It was released on the 21st of September 2015, five days later than originally planned.