Top iOS news of the week: Happy watch owners, dominating smartwatch space, iOS 9 beta 2

This week in the world of iOS we saw the release of iOS 9 public beta 2, heard that the Apple Watch owns the smartphone space, and that watch owners love them.

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Apple Watch more satisfying than iPhone, iPad

It hasn't been out very long but the Apple Watch has a 97 percent customer satisfaction rate. This tops that for the iPad (91 percent) and the iPhone (92 percent). We don't know how many Apple Watches are in owners' hands but we know they really like them.

Source: Appleworld Today

iOS 9 users blocked from leaving app reviews

In a move that makes sense, Apple is now blocking app reviews from those running the iOS 9 beta. Apps often have trouble when running beta software, and there's no reason to let them leave reviews. Developers should be happy with this move by Apple.

Source: TNW

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Apple Watch already has 75 percent of smartwatch market

In typical Apple fashion, the Apple Watch is already grabbing significant market share. Research firm Strategy Analytics estimates the Apple Watch already accounts for 75 percent of the smartwatch market. This is significant as the watch hasn't been sold very long and had limited retail outlets until recently.

Source: CNET

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iOS 9 gets second public beta

Apple has released the iOS 9 public beta 2 for those of us testing the next big version. It typically has a lot of minor tweaks along with bug fixes and performance improvements.

Source: Cult of Mac