Standard mail app in iOS 9 learned how to save email attachments in the cloud service iCloud Drive. Now the users of iPhone and iPad costs nothing to transfer data to the service cloud storage Apple.
Similarly now working attachments to Dropbox and Google Drive. To save the file in Mail, you need to click on it with your finger and wait until a menu appears sharing. Then, in the second row must find the button “Save attachment”. iOS 9 will automatically open the file Manager iCloud Drive, offering to choose one of the folders.
You can save data and other services. To do this, on the page with iCloud Drive, you must click “Layout” and select the appropriate service. At the moment, Dropbox and other third-party applications are not yet compatible with iOS 9, so when you try to save an attachment you receive an error message.
The announcement of iOS 9 was held on 8 June at WWDC 2015. Key features of the operating system were improved performance, advanced search using Proactive Assistant, public transport routes in Apple Maps, the new app News and multitasking support to the iPad.
Developers have already had access to iOS 9 beta, users will be able to see a public beta in July. The final version of “nine” will be released this fall and will be free for users of devices with iOS 8.