iOS 9 beta 3 adds dedicated folders for selfies and screenshots

iOS 9 logoLittle things matter in life. With iOS 9, Apple is offering many such tiny little conveniences to its mobile operating system. One such feature that is ought to please a vast majority of iPhone and iPad users, if not all of them, is a dedicated folder for screenshots! Finally!

The Cupertino-based company released the iOS 9 beta 3 earlier today. In it, the company has introduced many new features including Apple Music. But the feature that will excite the average Joe is new folders for screenshots and selfies.

iOS 9 beta 3 adds dedicated folders for selfies and screenshots

Until now, Apple’s mobile OS didn’t sort screenshots from the photos one took with the camera. This left users to do all the sorting or purchase a third-party app to do that for them. But as evident in the new build, Apple is finally giving this issue some attention.

Do note that at this point there is no guarantee that it will make it to the final build of iOS 9. Though, it is unlikely that Apple will remove it now.

Source: Betanews

Tags: Apple, iOS 9, OSes

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