Apple’s senior software engineer, Craig Federighi unveiled iOS 9 at the company’s developers conference on Monday, where Federighi introduced new feature that will be seen in the iOS 9’s new versions – touch prediction.
There's almost no more hampering than tapping on a smartphone screen, just to have it do completely nothing.
But, Apple's forthcoming iOS 9 – the latest version of Apple’s operating system that runs iPads, and iPhones, has an approach to settle it. The device will predict about, where you're going to put your fingers with a system called touch prediction.
Craig was initially tipped off to the presence by Googler Adam Debreczeni, who discovered a reference to it in Apple's engineer documentation for iOS9.
Fundamentally, if the iPhone device can predict about where you're going to move your fingers, the application can start the processing only a millisecond earlier. To the users, it’s completely undetectable, but it could result in faster applications.
Apple has had iOS 9 versions out to developers for just over a day at this point of time, so it stays to be examined, whether this is really something that those who make applications will really need to take advantage of. Still, it’s a unique thing that point towards how much intelligent Apple is attempting to discover into the future of the iPhone.