The iPhone 6s iOS 10.0.2 update is now the most up-to-date version of iOS 10. With that in mind we want to rundown the most important things iPhone 6s users need to know about the device’s iOS 10.0.2 release.
Earlier this year, Apple pushed the iPhone 6s iOS 10 update into a beta for developers and the general public. The beta confirmed a number of key features for Apple’s former flagship including changes to the Messages app and 3D Touch.
In early September, Apple confirmed the iOS 10 release date for September 13th and the update arrived for the iPhone 6s and other iOS 9 powered devices on schedule.
The beta wiped out numerous problems ahead of the release date but iOS 10 problems slipped through the cracks. To combat some of these problems, Apple’s released an iPhone 6s iOS 10.0.2 update with bug fixes.
The iPhone 6s iOS 10.0.2 update is a small update, much smaller the iOS 10 update that preceded it. If you’re coming from iOS 10.0.1 it’s less than 100MB. If you’re coming from something older than that, it’ll be larger thanks to the features and fixes from previous updates.
Today we want to go over the important things you need to know about the iOS 10.0.2 update if you’re an iPhone 6s owner.
This roundup offers our initial impressions of the iPhone 6s iOS 10.0.2 update, a look at iPhone 6s iOS 10.0.2 problems, details about the iOS 9 downgrade, and more.
We’ll continue to update this roundup as we push away from the iOS 10.0.2 release date so check back regularly.