iOS 9 was released a few days ago, and developers are still working out what it can do. One such developer, Shuichi Tsutsumi, has come up with a handy list of code examples for the new mobile OS.

All in all, there are more than a dozen examples, ranging from simple new fonts to complex map customizations. Anyone who wants to try these features out can just use the code posted by Tsutsumi. And brief explanations (coupled with screenshots) give you an idea of what can be done with iOS 9.

It’s unknown if these are the only new things that iOS 9 can do, but developers definitely seem to be interested all the same. The only suggestion is using Xcode 7. Happy browsing y’all!

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