Last week, Apple rolled out its iPhone 6s iOS 9.0.1 update to its new iPhone models. The update is small but it’s important. With that in mind, we want to take a look at what you need to know about the iPhone 6s iOS 9.0.1 release.
On September 25th, Apple released its iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus, the two devices that take over flagship duties from the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
The two devices come with a number of brand new features including a new design, new cameras, new processor, and iOS 9.
Out of the box, the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus run iOS 9.0, the update that Apple rolled out for older devices on September 16th. However, the company rolled out a brand new iOS 9.0.1 update that is available for download once the devices are setup.
The iPhone 6s iOS 9.0.1 update is the first update for the flagship smartphones and it delivers several essential bug fixes for annoying iOS 9 problems including a bug that impacted alarms and timers. It’s a tiny update but even tiny iOS updates have the potential to wreck havoc on a device’s performance.
We’ve been taking a look at the iPhone 6s iOS 9.0.1 update in the days since its release and today we want to share the most important things you need to know about it if you’re already running it or if you’re thinking about installing it.
Keep these things in mind as we push towards the next big iOS 9 release date later this year.
iOS 9.0.1 on iPhone 6s Impressions
The first thing you should know is that we've been digging into the iOS 9.0.1 update on the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus. And what we've found is that it's performing well on Apple's new flagship models.
Battery life is strong, connectivity is holding up, apps are working better than they're working on the iPhone 6, and we haven't run into any major bugs. It's also worth mentioning that the bugs iOS 9.0.1 promised to fix have been fixed.
Mileage is always going to vary when it comes to iOS updates so you'll want to make sure that you dig into feedback before installing iOS 9.0.1. Our first impressions are a great place to start but you might also want to check into YouTube and Apple's Discussion Forums for help.
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