After using the iPhone 6 Plus iOS 9.0.2 update for almost a week, it’s time for a closer look at what this update brings, how it performs and the other important details that you need to know about the latest iOS 9 update.
Apple delivered the iOS 9 update in the middle of September, bring a host of new features to the iPhone 6 Plus. Since that update Apple quickly pushed out two more iOS 9 updates to fix bugs and issues with iOS 9.
The iOS 9.0.2 update is not unique to the iPhone 6 Plus, but with each device we see small differences in what the phone is capable of and how it performs.
After using iOS 9, iOS 9.0.1 and iOS 9.0.2 on the iPhone 6 Plus, here is what we’ve learned and what is coming next from Apple.
Even though we’ve added the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus to our arsenal of phones, we still use the iPhone 6 Plus to see how well it handles these updates.
There are some iOS 9 problems that users need to be aware of, and some that are still present on iOS 9.0.2.
Here is the ultimate list of what iPhone 6 Plus owners need to know about the iOS 9.0.2 update.
iOS 9.0.2 on the iPhone 6 Plus
The iOS 9.0.2 update does not dramatically change the performance of the iPhone 6 Plus. This phone is a year old and doesn't have all the features of the iPhone 6s Plus, but it is not slowed down by this update.
You can read my iPhone 6 Plus iOS 9.0.2 impressions for more on how the iOS 9.0.2 update handles on this phone. This is a bug fix update that addresses specific issues with cellular data, iCloud backups, iMessage activation and a lock screen bug.
It is possible for some new problems to appear, but so far things are running well. You can also check the Apple Discussion Forums for feedback from other users.
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