The iOS 8 update that introduced iOS 9 now has a new mobile app manager that lets you manage your apps and install apps from any of Apple’s many apps.
You can find the new app manager in Settings > General > Mobile devices > iOS 9 app manager, which has been renamed to iOS app manager.
The new app is the same one that lets developers manage their apps for devices that run iOS 9, which includes iPhones, iPads, and iPods.
The new app lets you add and manage apps that are not part of any of the apps that you installed in iOS 9 or iOS 10, and it can even help you install apps that were previously installed on a specific device.
This app lets developers to manage the apps on their devices.
The new iOS app is designed to help developers build their apps that work on devices running iOS 9.
It’s also intended to let developers manage the applications on a device that doesn’t run iOS 10.
Apple did not respond to a request for comment on the app manager’s existence, but it’s likely that it exists on a new developer-only release of iOS that doesn