We’ve been using the iPhone 6 iOS 9.0.2 update for several days and today we want to put the update under the microscope and take a look at the most important things users need to know about the iPhone 6 iOS 9.0.2 release.
On September 16th, the iPhone 6 received its first major iOS update in the form of iOS 9.0. The iOS 9 update that arrived in mid-September delivered a number of impressive features to the former flagship including a battery life boost.
iOS 9.0’s reign as the most current version of iOS 9 ended after a week. In late September, Apple rolled out an iOS 9.0.1 update to fix some of the bugs on board its latest operating system. The update rolled out to the iPhone 6 and all of the other iOS 9 powered devices in Apple’s arsenal.
A week after that, Apple rolled out yet another iOS update dubbed iOS 9.0.2. iOS 9.0.2 is the most current version of iOS 9 for the iPhone 6 and it comes with its own collection of bug fixes for iOS 9 problems. It also, according to iPhone 6 users, brings some problems of its own.
In the hours since the iOS 9.0.2 release, we’ve seen a number of new details emerge. Today, we want to take a look at those details. Here is what current and prospective iPhone 6 iOS 9.0.2 users need to know about Apple’s latest release.
This roundup covers iOS 9.0.2 problems, a few reasons to skip the iOS 9.0.2 update on iPhone 6 and details about what’s coming next for the iPhone 6. Apple’s confirmed an exciting iOS 9.1 update and its release should be just a few short weeks away.
iOS 9.0.2 on iPhone 6 Impressions
We've been using the iOS 9.0.2 update on the iPhone 6. Thus far, we've unable to dig up any major problems with the new software.
Battery life is still very solid. We haven't run into any problems connectivity. Our apps (including Chrome) are behaving. And the device is still extremely fast. We have no complaints though we also know that problems could emerge at any time. For more on iOS 9.0.2, take a look at our impressions.
We encourage you to go beyond our impressions if you're concerned with the iOS 9.0.2 update and its potential impact on your iPhone 6's performance.
Our impressions are a great place to start but you should also dig into sites like YouTube, Apple's discussion forums, and Apple-specific forums like MacRumors for more details about the iPhone 6 iOS 9.0.2 update.
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