Monday, October 24, 2016

Apple releases iOS 9.0.2 with fixes for iMessage, iCloud Push, Podcasts, more

With OSX El Capitan re leasing now, Apple has additionally upgraded iOS to version 9.0.2 with an over the air software update. This bug-fix update marks the next release since iOS 9.0 started before this month. 

The update contains operation improvements and bug fixes for I-Cloud Backup, iMessage Apple activation ’s Podcasts problems with mobile information use, and app. The launch cycle implies Apple is going quicker to send upgrades that are little to deal with problems that are particular with iOS 9.

Apple freely released iOS 9.0 on September 16th with multi-tasking attributes for iPad, transportation system directions in Maps, a feature-packed Notes app, an all-new Information app, and several more functions and developments. Ahead of the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus even reach shops, iOS 9.0.1 provided quick fixes for set up help and alarm problems.

Apple is also building iOS 9.1 for software engineers and community beta-testers, the former team acquiring beta 3 now, with under-the-hood adjustments and new emoji figures.

Along with marketing 13 million iPhones over the 6s launch weekend, Apple claims that more than half its customers have upgraded to some variation of iOS 9.

iOS 9.0.2 is a pretty modest update at about 72MB therefore the update procedure should be somewhat fast for consumers.

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