You just installed iOS 9 on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. Now what? Here, we offer a few tips to new iOS 9 users that should come in handy as we move away from last week’s iOS 9 release date for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.
On September 9th, Apple took the stage in San Francisco and confirmed a ton of information. While the iPhone 6s, iPad Pro and Apple TV 4 were the stars of the show, we also saw Apple confirm the iOS 9 release date, a date that it failed to confirm at WWDC.
The iOS 9 release date took place last week and since then, we’ve seen iPhone and iPad users across the world latch onto Apple’s new operating system. And for good reason.
Apple’s new OS isn’t plagued with major bugs and it comes with a number of features and performance enhancers including a boost to battery life. There are a lot of things to love about the company’s replacement for iOS 8.
More than 50% of iOS users have already installed the iOS 9 update which means that there is a good chance you have it on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. And while some of you have already mastered the software, others are looking for a bit of help. And that’s precisely what we want to provide here.
These post-release iOS 9 release tips are designed to help you retain stability and get more out of your brand new operating system. You’ll want to keep these in mind as you push away from your iOS 9 installation.
iOS 9 Settings You Should Change
Now that you've got iOS 9 up and running on your iPad, iPhone or iPod touch, it would be a good idea to dig into your device's settings.
iOS 9 comes with a new six digit passcode for enhanced security so you'll want to go in and put in a new code if you haven't done so already. You'll also want to flip AT&T Wi-Fi calling on. If it's not available, you can try it again later.
We've put together a list of the top iOS 9 settings to change and it's a great place to start if you're just now getting familiar with the iOS 9 update.
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