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<p>If you missed Apple's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) yesterday then we have a roundup here for you that goes over everything an iOS gamer should need to know.</p><p>First off, iOS 9 was revealed, and includes a new News app, Siri improvements, and new gestures (tapping the keyboard with two fingers to turn it into a touchpad).</p><p>But the first of iOS 9 features most relevant to us is the multi-window support on iPad and iPhone. This means that you can be playing a game in fullscreen and drag in another app as a small window, or opt for split-screen, or have a picture-in-picture format.</p><p>This means that you could bring in a walkthrough if you get stuck and check out the solution without even having to take your eyes off the game.</p><p>The next relevant feature is the introduction of GameplayKit, ReplayKit, and Model I/O, for developers on iOS 9.</p><p>As described by Apple, GameplayKit is a tool that should make it easier for developers to give us decent game logic and AI to interact with.</p><p>ReplayKit will let us record game footage, edit it within the app, and then share it online. Model I/O, on the other hand, is designed to help out with the lighting of 3D models.</p><p>These new tools will arrive with updated versions of SceneKit, SpriteKit, and Metal. So hopefully our game playing and sharing experiences will be improved.</p><p>That's everything iOS gaming-related to discuss after WWDC 2015.</p><p>The last thing to note is that iOS 9 is available to developers now, while the rest of us can get it this autumn after a public beta this July.</p><p>You'll need 1.3GB of free space to download iOS 9. It's a much better file size than the 4.48GB required to download iOS 8 when it came out last year.</p>.