Despite Apple only today releasing iOS 8.1.3, it seems there is a wild version of the next major update for iOS in the wild, reportedly dubbed iOS 9.

Expected to launch somewhere between September and October of this year, the new software is already appearing on some benchmarking sites.

The one we are reporting is from the Basemark OS II Database, which cites and iPhone 6 that is running on iOS 9.

The benchmark doesn’t tell us much about the new OS, but it does show that Apple are currently working on it.

Normally Apple will unveil major OS releases during their World Wide Developer Conference in June, so we should hear more about iOS 9 then.

Aside from that we don’t expect Apple to be updated their iPhone range in June, but it is likely that we may see some more Macs and hopefully get an iWatch release date.

Check out a screenshot from the benchmark below for a quick look.


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