NEWS: Along with the release of iOS 9, iMobie takes several actions to give iPhone & iPad users a clear and comprehensive guideline on how to perform smooth iOS 9 upgrade. With complete and in-depth iOS 9 upgrade tips, #iTroubleShoot event, and the tips on how to save space for 16 GB iPhone 6s (Plus), users can make a hassle-free transition to iOS 9 and the upcoming iPhone 6s (Plus).
“With the release of iOS 9, there will be a massive rush to the new iOS 9, while not every one of them is fully ready for the upgrade,” said Frank Kong, the founder of iMobie Inc. “Aiming to help users enjoy a smooth and successful upgrade, we’ve specially prepared a whole set of guidance, possibly covering every issue related.”
Have a glance of iOS 9 troubleshooting pages:
1. How to Upgrade to iOS 9 Smoothly
iMobie prepared a complete guide to iOS 9 upgrade, covering tips from making iOS 9 upgrade preparation, how to upgrade to iOS 9. To ensure it’s a reliable reference, they keep updating this guide with fresh content.
2. How to survive from the iPhone 6s with 16GB Storage Capacity
As the unveiling of iPhone 6s, now the biggest issue users might concern is how to survive from a 16GB iPhone 6s, especially for these who hardly resist the temptation of 4K video shooting, animated Live Photo. As the stream and cloud service is one way out, iMobie AnyTrans is the very program that helps to export all local media content (music, videos and photos) and giant apps from iPhone 6s to a Windows or Mac computer as solid backup, thus leaving more room and avoiding “Not Enough Storage” message.
Read more: http://www.imobie.com/anytrans/.
3. Join #iTroubleShoot Event to Find Solutions to iOS 9 / iPhone 6s Problems
Experts at iMobie have extensive knowledge of Apple products, and they provide in-time assistance to the users who ask for help via an #iTroubleShoot tweet. This event also includes PhoneClean Giveaway, which gives the world most popular iPhone cleaner software to users for free.
About iMobie Inc.:
iMobie Inc. was established at the end of 2011, and located in Tianfu Software Park (China), a place gathered great many talented software engineers. For more information, please visit http://www.imobie.com/.
Twitter: @iMobie_Inc #iTroubleShoot
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