A new iOS update that allows you to access phone hotspots without having to be tethered has been rolled out to iPhone users in Ireland, and it’s also making its way to the UK.
The new iPhone version is dubbed iOS 9.3, and its update is available for download on iOS devices.
The update is already available in the Apple Store for iPhone users, and the app is currently only available on the Apple App Store.
The app will be available on both the Apple and Google Play stores.iOS 9.0.3 also brings some new functionality to the iPhone, including a new “Quick Look” mode that lets you access hotspots directly from the iPhone app.
You can also use the app to search for a phone number, or to search across multiple devices in the same phone.
To access hotspot features, just tap the “+” icon at the top of the screen, then select “Connect” in the top right.
When you tap Connect, you will be redirected to the Settings menu where you can set the device to be available to receive calls and text messages.
This is the first iOS 9 update to be rolled out specifically to iPhone owners in Ireland.
In an interview with the Irish Times, iOS 9 head of product design and engineering, Scott Bricker, confirmed that the app will only be available in Ireland at launch, but that it is also being rolled out across the UK, Australia and New Zealand.
Apple is also rolling out iOS 9 for Mac and Linux users.iOS users in the UK will be able to download the update by using the Apple appstore.
The Mac update is currently available in beta.