When we are all waiting for the iOS 9 release in September, Apple has already been working on the next version iOS 9.1 since July. Beginning on July 21, a small number of hits from devices running iOS 9.1 has appeared. It is also rumored that the upcoming iPad Pro will ship with iOS 9.1.
We don't know what features will be introduced in iOS 9.1, but logic dictates it may be an update that's designed to launch alongside the larger-screened 12.9-inch "iPad Pro," which has been rumored to be coming in October or November. We did not, however, see visits from a device that corresponds to the rumored 2732 x 2048 display size of the iPad Pro.
A standalone October or November launch date for the device seems more likely, and that launch could correspond to the iOS 9.1 update that is in the works. The iPad Pro may include several new features that will require a dedicated update, such as a pressure sensitive Force Touch display, a stylus, and a USB-C port that could support peripheral devices.
So many surprises this September. You can experience new features both from new iOS 9 and new iDevices from Apple. Want it?