The iPhone 6s has only been out for a few weeks and the device has already received two iOS updates from Apple. The latest upgrade is iOS 9.0.2, a bug fix update that tackles some glaring iOS 9 problems. We’ve been using the update and today we tell you what you need to know about the iPhone 6s iOS 9.0.2 update.
On September 25th, Apple released its highly anticipated successor to the iPhone 6. Dubbed iPhone 6s, the new iPhone comes loaded with brand new features including a new camera, new processor, and enhanced display. Like its predecessor, the iPhone 6s runs iOS 9.
The iPhone 6s was released with iOS 9.0 on board. Shortly after its release on September 25th, Apple rolled out the first update to the iOS 9 update. iOS 9.0.1 was a small bug fix update that tackled select iOS 9 problems.
A week after iOS 9.0.1’s release, Apple rolled out a brand new update. The iOS 9.0.2 update is Apple’s current version of iOS 9 and it’s available for all versions of the iPhone 6s.
The iPhone 6s iOS 9.0.2 update is a small upgrade that brings bug fixes for iOS 9 issues. It’s a small update but it has the potential to have a big impact on the iPhone 6s. Both positive and negative.
With iOS 9.0.2 problems swirling, we want to take a look at a few things iPhone 6s users need to know about the new update. Keep these in mind as we push deeper into October towards the iPhone 6s’ first major iOS update, iOS 9.1.
iPhone 6s iOS 9.0.2 Performance
We've been using the iPhone 6s iOS 9.0.2 update for a few days now and so far, the update has performing up to our standards.
We haven't run into any issues with battery drain, app performance, connectivity, or speed. We also haven't run into any catastrophic, game-changing bugs. Performance has been steady and we expect it to remain steady as we move away from the iOS 9.0.2 release date.
If you need more details, take a look at our feedback. If you need more than that, you'll want to poke around on YouTube and on Apple's discussion forum for additional thoughts from iPhone 6s users. If you're not sold on the upgrade, take your time and dig into early reviews.
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