The iPhone 5s iOS 9.0.2 update has been available for five days now and we’ve learned quite a bit about it. Today, we want to take a look at the most important things we think you need to know now about the iPhone 5s iOS 9.0.2 update.
September was an extremely busy month for Apple and its iOS operating system. The company released three public iOS updates and an iOS 9.1 beta that will be made available to the public at some point in the future.
The first update was iOS 9.0, a system upgrade that touched down for the iPhone 5s and others on September 16th. The update delivered numerous enhancements and features to the iPhone including a new Notes app, Low Power Mode and more.
A week later, Apple replaced iOS 9.0 with iOS 9.0.1, a small bug fixer aimed at some of iOS 9’s most glaring issues. iOS 9.0.1 was only around for a week before Apple rolled out its current iOS 9 software, iOS 9.0.2.
The iPhone 5s iOS 9.0.2 update arrived on Wednesday. And like iOS 9.0.1, the iOS 9.0.2 update arrived with bug fixes for iOS 9 problems. It’s an extremely important update and one that all iPhone users should be paying attention to as we push deeper into the month of October.
We’ve been using the iOS 9.0.2 update on several devices including the iPhone 5s, Apple’s former flagship and the new budget option in Apple’s iPhone lineup.
Since its release, we’ve seen several new iOS 9.0.2 details emerge and today we want to put the iPhone 5s update under the microscope and fill you in on the most important things to know about the update and its future.
iPhone 5s iOS 9.0.2 Performance
We installed the iPhone 5s iOS 9.0.2 update on Wednesday and so far, we haven't noticed much of a difference between it and the iOS 9.0.1 update. That's a good thing.
The iOS 9.0.2 update's performance on the iPhone 5s is holding in key areas like app performance, battery life Wi-Fi connectivity, Bluetooth, and speed. We haven't run into any major problems with the software though we know that iOS 9.0.2 problems could emerge at any time.
If you're already on iOS 9.0.1, you should be fine with the iOS 9.0.2 update. If you need some additional feedback, you'll want to take a look on YouTube for updates on the iPhone 5s iOS 9.0.2 update's performance.
You'll also want to keep an eye on Apple's discussion forums for threads about the update and how its handling on board the aging device.
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