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Reasons Not to Install iOS 9.1 Right Now

Reasons Not to Install iOS 9.1 Right Now

The iOS 9.1 update is a tempting upgrade. The emojis, the bug fixes, we get it. And yes, there are some reasons to install the update right away. But there's also the other side of the coin.

There are still some reasons why you might want to think about skipping iOS 9.1 on your iPhone 5s. If you're traveling or if you're thinking about jailbreaking, you might want to stay on whatever version of iOS software you're currently on.

Take a look at our list of reasons to install, and not to install before you make your move. And remember, iOS 9 isn't going anywhere so take your time. 

4 Comments

4 Comments

  1. sharon whelan

    10/23/2015 at 8:33 pm

    why do the iphones have such small screens/4inch

    • CyberDragon

      11/08/2015 at 2:00 am

      Because a phone has to fit in the pocket.
      A phone is not a tablet.
      If you want a big phone go for iphone 6 plus (which wont be able to fit in your pocket) or the 6s that has the power of a 30% macbook pro…

  2. Muhammad Azhar Khan

    11/26/2015 at 10:23 am

    I am facing severe problems in my Iphone 5S soon after installing IOS 9.1. Now I can’t attend a call as it doesn’t slide when locked and works (slides) only when I lock and unlock twice. Secondly, when I finish my call, any number from the dialled numbers randomly starts dialling and the whole set screen gets out of control until I lock the screen twice. I am teased to such a level that I have made up my mind to switch over to any other android phone and will never ever opt for an iphone again in my life.

  3. db

    11/28/2015 at 8:11 am

    BLUF: I won’t read anything else by Adam Mills. Bad writer, ZERO credibility. Repeating the same thing over and over again. Emoji, emoji, emoji, emoji. If the author only cares about emojis, then they are not useful to the AUDIENCE. The AUDIENCE is trying to find USEFUL information. After reading this article, there is no CLARITY whatsoever on if I should instal 9.1. Contradiction: Page 1 or 2 says that 9.1 does not create a power drain. Page 5 or 6 says that it does create a power drain. ZERO credibility. Where are the facts? Where are the sources?

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