I would say yes it does. The problem though, some people have been using the software long enough for the population of data but its not showing for them. Outside of waiting or starting over its just a beta thing that will need to work itself out over time. I'm saying something obvious but what else is there to say.Mine didn't show that stuff last night, but now it shows it all. I wonder if it collects behavior for a while before making suggestions.
There is nothing else to turn on, if you don't see anything after a while it's an issue with your specific device. You could try a few things to get it going like restart or reload but then again maybe wait for the next update and see if it shows up. Outside of settings-general-spotlight search you have nothing to change. Assuming everything is on there just keep trying to get it reset. Mine did not show for a few hours but did eventually show up.
It was working last night but only noticed today it has stopped all of a sudden, I've tried a restart but nothing so I assume its just a bit buggy as expected and as just as you skwood.I would agree with this, it seems very temperamental. It comes and goes for me, but is generally more reliable on my iPad Air than my iPhone 6.
Edit:batting1000 replied just ahead of me. My post is redundant.Any diff between the public beta and developer beta?
Have you turned on "Siri Suggestions" you will find it under Settings - General - Spotlight Search.Just a quick one with iOS 9 when you swipe left or down for Spotlight search, I thought it automatically showed people to contact, locations nearby to which you could expand for more and what not.
I've checked my settings everything is on, but when I swipe it doesn't show anything, except for the search bar
Currently, here is a common sense.Toninght I try made an iCloud Backup but is impossible, iphone says there´s not enough space in icloud account, and I have 20GB!!
It´s not possible make backup with BETAS?
And if I check in the iphone the free space in icloud, are empty, so all my latests back up where are???
iF i WANT BACK TO 8.4 how can I recovered?
If you tend to restore iOS 9 copy from iTunes when your firmware is iOS 8, iTunes may warn you "This backup is not able to restore because it is created by iOS newer than your current version", and stop restoring.OK
So if I back to 8.4 I can´t restore the copy?
But I can make copy in itunes of ios 9 BETA without any problem and when the official ios 9 launch use this copies?
My iCloud backup is broken from DP 1. Now I end up with using iTunes to backup.So...if any case, I need back to ios 8.4... the iPhone starts NEW, I can´t back up anything....
Hope this BETA works ok until the official launch in october....
And the problem with icloud, when resolve?
Because I think with iCloud I can continue backups as always....
So problem with iCloud is about ios9 because with 8.4 yesterday works fine...My iCloud backup is broken from DP 1. Now I end up with using iTunes to backup.
If you need previous backup, you may need some third party utilities to access backup created by newer version, and manually migrate app data to backup created by iOS 8.4.
I use iExplorer (purchased version) if you want to use one.
If you have been doing regular backups and you archive them you can always restore your last 8.4 backup. Of course you lose the changes made from that backup until now but better than nothing.Don't want to but i have to go back to 8.4. The issues with my 6+ on verizon and the connectivity with going from wifi to LTE is too much of an issue. I find my phone often not working on cellular.
Yea that's what I did. My last iOS 8.4 back up was from July 8th, so I didn't lose much of anything.If you have been doing regular backups and you archive them you can always restore your last 8.4 backup. Of course you lose the changes made from that backup until now but better than nothing.