The iPhone 6 Plus iOS 9.0.1 update arrived almost a week ago as the first update to iOS 9, and it delivered several important fixes. This is a small update, but it is a significant one and even focused updates can deliver major changes. Here is a look at everything you need to know about the iPhone 6 Plus iOS 9.0.1 update.
Apple delivered the iOS 9 update for the iPhone 6 Plus and other devices on September 16th, and just days before the new iPhones came out Apple issues a new iOS 9.0.1 update that fixes alarm clock issues, a nasty upgrade bug and problems that caused some users to lose access to cellular data.
In response to the iOS 9 problems, Apple swiftly delivered iOS 9.0.1 and is already hard at work on iOS 9.1 that will come later this year with new emojis and other fixes.
If your iPhone is capable of running iOS 9, there is an iOS 9 update available for it, and we want to share what we’ve learned after using the iPhone 6 Plus iOS 9.0.1 update for nearly a week, and a look at what’s next.
Here’s what iPhone 6 Plus owners need to be aware of regarding iOS 9, iOS 9.0.1 and the upcoming iOS 9.1 update.
iPhone 6 Plus iOS 9.0.1 Review
After using the iPhone 6 Plus iOS 9.0.1 update for close to a week and are enjoying waking up on time after more than a few missed alarms.
You can read our full iOS 9 review to see how the new features perform on the iPhone 6 Plus, and after spending more time with this update we want to share how the overall iPhone 6 Plus iOS 9.0.1 performance is on this device.
The connectivity on our AT&T iPhone 6 Plus is solid, with WiFi, LTE and Bluetooth connectivity stable and reliable.
Overall speed on our iPhone 6 Plus is similar to iOS 9, and seems on par with iOS 8.4.1 as well. The iPhone 6 Plus iOS 9.0.1 battery life is good, and if you need more information you can check the Apple Discussion Forums.
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