Last week, Apple issued another iOS 9 update in iOS 9.0.1. The new update is available for all iOS powered devices which includes the iPad. With that in mind, we want to take a look at a few things users need to know about the iPad iOS 9.0.1 update.
Apple’s rolled out a grand total of three iOS 9 updates in September. The first, and maybe most important, was the iOS 9.0 update it rolled out on September 16th. iOS 9.0 brought a long list of changes to the iPad including improved multitasking.
The company released its iOS 9.1 update into its developer and public beta programs ahead of an unknown release date. iOS 9.1 is the first milestone update for iOS 9 and it will bring new emojis and enhancements to the iPad.
The third update is, of course, the iOS 9.0.1 update that pushed out to users on Wednesday. iOS 9.0.1 is a small bug fix update that tackles some rather annoying iOS 9 problems including issues with alarms and timers.
We’ve been taking a close look at the iOS 9.0.1 update for iPad and today we want to share some of the most important things we’ve learned about the update. These details are going to be important for those of you that have already installed and also for those of you that are still thinking about upgrading.
Keep these important iPad iOS 9.0.1 update details in mind as we push deeper into the year towards the arrival of Apple’s big iOS 9.1 release for iPad.
iOS 9.0.1 on iPad Impressions
We've been spending some quality time with the iOS 9.0.1 update on the iPad mini 2, iPad Air, and iPad Air 2. And so far, we've found the update to be pretty agreeable.
We haven't noticed any major performance problems. Battery life, connectivity and apps are holding up well after the upgrade and we haven't run into any catastrophic bugs. That's a good sign and we're hopeful that performance holds.
Now, before you go and take the plunge, we recommend digging around for feedback. Our first impressions are a great starting point if you're looking for feedback but you'll also want to poke around on YouTube, social media, and/or the Apple Discussion Forums for additional feedback about your specific update.
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