iOS 9.1 Problems: 5 Things That Need Your Attention

The iOS 9.1 update brings new features and bug fixes but it also brings problems to iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. If you’re already on Apple’s new software or you’re thinking about installing iOS 9.1, keep these things in mind.

Two weeks ago, Apple released a new update called iOS 9.1. The update arrived just a few short weeks after the release of Apple’s iOS 9.0, iOS 9.0.1 and iOS 9.0.2 updates.

Unlike iOS 9.0.1 and iOS 9.0.2, iOS 9.1 is a large update that delivers new features alongside bug fixes for iOS 9 problems.

iOS 9 problems have been a problem since release in September. They’ve plagued iOS 9.0 users. They’ve impacted iOS 9.0.1 performance. And they’ve also caused headaches for many iOS 9.0.2 users. Problems include security flaws, issues with apps, battery drain problems, and more.

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iOS 9.0.1 and iOS 9.0.2 squashed some of the more glaring iOS 9 problems but they didn’t fix them all. iOS 9.1 arrived with several key bug fixes and performance enhancements including stability updates for Apple’s stock apps.

iOS 9.1 fixes some issues but it also, according to some iOS users, brings some problems of its own. With these iOS 9.1 problems in mind, we want to take a look a few things that will help if you do experience issues with Apple’s first milestone update.

We’ll also tell you about a few things to keep in mind if you haven’t installed the iOS 9.1 update on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.

iOS 9.1 Problems Plaguing Users

The first thing you need to know is that there are iOS 9.1 problems plaguing iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users who’ve already taken the plunge with the update and its new features.

Social media sites like Twitter and Apple’s very own discussion forums are filling up with feedback about Apple’s latest update. While some of the feedback is good, others are complaining about various issues with the iOS 9.1 update and its performance. These problems include a frustrating Touch ID issue that continues to gain steam.

iOS 9.1 Touch ID Problems

It appears that some iPhone users are experiencing problems with unreliable Touch ID. Touch ID is the fingerprint sensor embedded in the home button on several iPhone and iPad variants.

Some users are saying that Touch ID has become less responsive and others are saying that, at times, it won’t even accept a fingerprint.

Issues with Touch ID aren’t unprecedented. Apple was forced to issue an iOS 8.0.2 update to fix Touch ID problems in iOS 8.0.1.

We haven’t seen the problem on the iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6, or iPhone 6 Plus. At least not yet.

Other iOS 9.1 Problems

Other iOS 9.1 problems include battery drain on the iPhone 4s, problems with Search, problems with contacts and certain apps, various forms of installation issues, problems connecting to cellular service, iPhone 6s battery drain problems, and issues with Messages.

These are just some of the early iOS 9.1 problems impacting iPhone and iPad users. We expect more issues to emerge as more people discover iOS 9.1 lurking in iTunes and Settings.

Now, it’s important to note that while there are iOS 9.1 problems, they appear to be isolated, at least for the moment. We haven’t heard about any widespread iOS 9.1 bugs or problems and we haven’t seen anything significant in our testing on iPhone and iPad. That said, know that you’re taking a risk by updating to the iOS 9.1 update.

It’s impossible to predict if you’ll run into problems and that’s precisely why we recommend preparing for the update and its changes.

Also remember that Apple won’t force you to install the iOS 9.1 update. In fact, there are actually some good reasons why you might want to avoid the iOS 9.1 update, at least for the moment. These early iOS 9.1 problems are just one of the reasons.

iOS 9.1 Feedback

If you’ve moved to iOS 9.1 already or if you’re thinking about an install, make sure you dig into feedback about the iOS 9.1 update. We’ve been taking a close look iOS 9.1 on the iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s PlusiPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, and iPhone 5. These reviews are going to be a great starting point for those of you worried about problems and those of you experiencing issues with iOS 9.1. iOS 9.1 on iPhone 6 Plus - 5 You’ll also want to branch out and take a look at feedback from other iOS 9.1 users. Mileage always varies so it’s good to absorb a wide range of feedback both before, and after, you install the iOS 9.1 update.

Monitoring this feedback will warn you of potential problems, keep you up-to-date on the latest iOS 9.1 issues, and help you fix problems if you do run into something. It’s important. It’s also important to get both sides of the story. While some people are having issues with iOS 9.1, others are reporting good things.

 

 

 

Fixes for iOS 9.1 Problems

If you do run into one of these iOS 9.1 problems, don’t panic. You have a ton of resources at your disposal.

One of them is Apple’s discussion forums. Users on there are generally very helpful and it’s one of the first places to look if you see something out of place after moving to iOS 9.1.

You’ll also want to take a look at our list of fixes for common iOS 9 problems. Our guide offers fixes for battery drain issues, problems with Wi-Fi and more.

iOS 9.2 Beta & Downgrading

If you can’t find a fix for your iOS 9.1 problem, note that you can no longer downgrade to the iOS 9.0.2 update.

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Apple’s closed off the iOS 9.0.2 downgrade loophole which means you have two options at your disposal. One, you can move to the public iOS 9.2 beta that Apple released a few days ago. Or two, jailbreak your device and move to something older.

If you jailbreak, you can drop back down to iOS 8. Most of you won’t want to do this but it’s an option if iOS 9 and iOS 9.1 are really bothering you.

iOS 9.2 & What’s Next

If you’re dealing with iOS 9.1 problems, know that Apple’s confirmed an iOS 9.2 update for the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch and that it will bring bug fixes to iOS 9 users. It’s just not clear if it’s next in line.

If the company has an iOS 9.1.1 update in store for users, it’s not saying. And there’s a good chance it won’t say anything ahead of time.

iOS 9.0.1 and iOS 9.0.2 both came out of the blue and if Apple is planning another small bug fixer, it could arrive out of the blue as well. Point is, you shouldn’t rely on Apple to fix your iOS 9.1 problems.

The iOS 9.2 release date could arrive before the end of the year but that’s not set in stone. For more on iOS 9.2 take a look at our most recent roundup.

iOS 9.2 Release Date: 5 Things to Get Excited About

iOS 9.2 Performance

iOS 9.2 Performance

It's still early but it looks like the iOS 9.2 update could improve performance in key areas on some well-known devices. 

Developers testing the update have relayed feedback about the iOS 9.2 beta and its performance and so far, we've heard good things. 

iPhone 4s iOS 9.2 beta testers are saying that Multitasking has improved with the iOS 9.2 update on board. iPhone 6s Plus beta testers claim that there is less 3D Touch lag with iOS 9.2 on board. And iPhone 6 Plus say that the App Switcher is far more fluid than it was in previous iOS updates.

We've also heard that Control Center lag has lessened on devices like the iPhone 5 and iPhone 5s though it's not clear if that will translate to the final version of the update. 

Developers and testers claim that performance is improved over iOS 9.1. If that's true that's exciting because iOS 9.1 has been excellent on many of our devices. 

It's still early in the process but it's good to hear positive things ahead of the release date. Hopefully these performance stick. 

75 Comments

  1. Ann

    10/22/2015 at 2:05 pm

    Myself and SEVERAL other iPhone users (all are regular size 6, 5C, and 5S) – all having issues with Apple Maps. As in, it refuses to provide any directions other than walking. That’s right folks. No driving directions or public transit for you! Just use your feet and take a few days rather than hours to get somewhere. Apple tech support has not been able to figure it out yet and I have an appointment (earliest one is in several days) to see an Apple Genius (and probably just exchange the phone…) Or I will be reading how to downgrade to the previous OS.

    Also the El Capitan on Desktop computer has been very glitchy and frustrating as well.

    Stay away and wait for the bugs to be worked out if you haven’t already updated the OS (or unless you’re on a brand new machine, in which case you’re good. Seems to be the only thing it works on.)

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    • Ben

      10/22/2015 at 3:07 pm

      That’s why smart people use Google maps instead of Apple maps.

      Reply

  2. Khaled Shuvo

    10/23/2015 at 11:32 am

    https://youtu.be/2v967zB91YI prob number-1

    My iPhone 6 become soo laggy and sluggish after update ios9. I update it through latest itunes and set as new iphone.. Main problem is animation of UI or say motion of UI disappeared / off suddenly if u pinch spotlight search in the screen frequently.no motion work in UI than. Though motion reduction switch off in settings. Siri search in the new page introduced by ios9 is sooooo laggy. Spotlight is also laggy. Sometime spotlight search bar stuck in the status bar.. Totally UI problem. After lust update of ios 9.0.1,9.0.2,9.1problem exist . This is happening to my 4 friend’s phone also.. They are using iphone 6. After long week of disappointing experience i downgraded my 6’s ios to 8.4.1 and now it’s running buttery smooth and flawless. I want to use ios 9 just like ios 8.4.1 in my iphone6..i bought 6s 64 gb for avoiding this issue and for better performance .. Same prob and laggy in brand new 6s.. I astonished.!!!!! Is it possible?? Will apple do something regarding this issue??? Can apple’s os engineer fix it early? Mainly motion animation off automatically after 9.1 update. Other prob gone luckily. Fed up with one after another update.
    In this video 6s is performing with this bug. Model-A-1688

    Regards
    Shuvo

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    • bongo51

      10/23/2015 at 2:00 pm

      sounds like you’ll need to set up your phone as new and not use any backups..sounds like you’re software may be corrupt.

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      • Apple Dystopia

        10/23/2015 at 5:54 pm

        Bad advice. The backup is just apps and content, like contacts. It is not the operating system. I run a site about Apple products and people usually say “I tried a full system reset back to factory defaults and it still didn’t work.” That’s becuase the problem is usually with iOS. I’ve been using Apple products for over a decade. In the past two years, their quality has declined immensely. For example, my Apple TV reboots itself 5 times a night, in the middle of a video. Many people have this problem, and Apple refuses to fix it. They haven’t released an update in 2 years… Just buy the new one iSheep.

        Wiping out your iOS device and reinstalling everything is a projecting Windows desktop support onto Apple products. There is no registry to get corrupted. If the OS was corrupted, your device would be bricked.

        Every time I mention a bug, someone says “oh, do a reset”. A soft reset can help (hold home and sleep/wake until you see the Apple logo. But they’re talking about restoring it to factory settings and reinstallng apps. I think it is a new form of trolling and online sociopathy — pushing people to do busywork that won’t fix a thing.

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      • Khaled

        10/24/2015 at 5:43 am

        Everytime i update ios through itunes and set as new… This is a pure bug of os 9 and later.

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  3. hanovic

    10/23/2015 at 11:45 am

    I’ve updated my iPhone 4s to iOS 9.1 but I can’t hear the caller on the other side now, exception I switch on to loudspeaker. do u have any idea?

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    • Paulo

      11/25/2015 at 4:24 am

      Its is happening to me the same thing, but only in my car connection, I can hear them but they can hear anything that I say, if I turn out the pairing with the car every thing is ok, and it was all working great before I did the upgrade to ios 9.1.

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  4. Dave Forbes

    10/23/2015 at 1:35 pm

    Unable to back up iPhone 6 to iCloud since 9 came out( seems to be a common problem for lots of users with some fixes working for some & not for others), slow to load pages, speeds up after switching airplane mode on then off. frequent requests to verify my apple I.D & various messages saying password is wrong or can’t connect then next time password is ok, phone’s name changed to “iPhone”, various passwords changed to old, outdated passwords, unable to sign in to face time, unable to use airdrop on MacBook until updated to El Capitan.Rapidly becoming Crapple.

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  5. Brea

    10/23/2015 at 3:28 pm

    Yep… Apple is no longer the trusty reliable name brand. Way too many issues… way too much of the time. I’ve been an Apple loyalist since 1984. No more. And it’s really simple actually… I basically cannot trust their products anymore. It’s just one major disappointment after another with each and every iOS release. There does come a point when one must admit that they’re insane if they keep doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results each time. Well, Apple keeps putting out very buggy software each and every time. They’re quite insane.

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  6. Apple Dystopia

    10/23/2015 at 5:20 pm

    Nice keyword density. I took a sip of near beer every time I read “problem” and I actually got drunk. Let me help – there’s a problem with iOS 9.1 causing problems problems and more problems problems problems and if you upgrade you could have problems.

    Crappy writing, but nice SEO trickery! Your article is ranked very high on the SERP.

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  7. Cees van der Leeuw

    10/24/2015 at 9:32 am

    I’m not amused with the 9.1 update. Both my ipad and iphone 5s are reluctant to play a video. Most of the time it takes ages to download and then it times out. So far 99 times out of a100 this happens. Any one else seen this problem also?

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    • Patricia Baker

      11/18/2015 at 5:57 pm

      I have no audio on my videos. Just a loud hum. Very annoying among other things.

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  8. Tin

    10/24/2015 at 2:31 pm

    This is the first time i will say that i regret updating my phone!! If i knew all this would happen i wont!! I updated my phone since the first update is available and my phone starts to act crazy.. So another update came i had no choice but to update so i did and up to the ios 9.1.. So now its more crazier than ever!! I even yelled at my isp agents when i called coz i was blaming them that i couldnt update my apps.. And then now i cant use my finger touch to pay or to unlock my phone!! And my internet signal just got slower than ever when in the other android phones wasnt lime that we were using the same internet connection since we live in one same house wd one internet connection.. Its so dissappointing!!! Im beggining to hate apple!! Why does Steve Jobs has to die? The new guy can never compare to jobs ever since jobs died updating is not good anymore its scary now!! Now its just plane annoying and a big NO NO! Its frustrating! Dissappointing! Annoying!! FIX THIS APPLE!!

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  9. Radoslav valchanov

    10/24/2015 at 11:32 pm

    Ever since I’ve updated to 9.1 a No Sim message started appearing on my phone.When I restart the phone everyting is ok !Anyone else have this problem ?

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    • PasiK

      10/27/2015 at 9:34 am

      I have the same problem. Solutions anyone?

      Reply

  10. Vakas Danish

    10/25/2015 at 9:42 am

    Stick to 8.4.1 till a stable announcement … 8.4.1 is best till date

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  11. Hugh

    10/25/2015 at 8:49 pm

    Any idea why the Calendar App in iOS 9.1 makes entering time zones for future meetings so hard? The “Time” location choices are lacking: NO Orlando, FL, No Nashville, TN, for example, and why can’t I just add EST or EDT, (the Time Zone) for example, if I know it?
    The “time” function(?) changes/substitutes EDT/EST Etc. as the reult of finding the time zone for the named city.

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  12. moonriverbyvj

    10/25/2015 at 9:46 pm

    I cant make calls after my update to 9.1 !

    If it connecte the reception is horroble and it sound like my phone is sinking in deep sea.

    I am in the centre of Bangkok and all my other phones have perfect signal.

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  13. abdullah

    10/26/2015 at 1:55 am

    I have updated my iPhone 6 to IOS 9,1 and my iPhone is not able to use 3G. even I can not use wifi at home, it shows my phone is connected to the wireless router but can not do anything on the internet or I cannot see anything on the facebook or twitter. does anyone else having the same problem? if anyone have any solution please help me. best regards

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    • joanna

      11/06/2015 at 10:10 pm

      i have the same problem, 4g and wifi all seen as connected yet nothing requiring internet loads, its been like this for 2 whole days now, quite pissed

      Reply

  14. Tony Clarke

    10/26/2015 at 7:06 am

    I can’t connect to a hotel wifi service as I no longer have a keyboard for the log in screen!

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    • Matt Harris, Ed.D.

      10/27/2015 at 11:38 am

      Same here. Both on iPhone and iPad. ios 9.1

      Reply

    • Danny

      11/10/2015 at 10:06 am

      I thought I was the only one :-/

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  15. Ken Smith

    10/26/2015 at 3:32 pm

    Hi. No prob loading 9.1 to my iPhone 5, but my iPad has been “updating I loud settings” for the past hour… It appears to be a buffering issue, and there seems to be no way to back out of the update. Any ideas out there? Many thanks

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  16. Sue

    10/26/2015 at 8:36 pm

    Ever since I upgraded this morning, I tap my ‘Music’ app and it opens, but there is nothing there. The music is still on my phone, but I can’t scroll through it etc. Any suggestions?

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  17. Sue-Anne

    10/27/2015 at 5:55 pm

    What a mistake! I updated my ipad air 2 to ios 9.1 now cant connect to the internet!
    Wont be updating any of my other devices until it gets resolved.
    From now on I will Google for reviews before any updates.

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  18. Trevor Jolly

    10/28/2015 at 12:00 am

    ok so upgrading to 9.1 and I am stuck on a page with just the apple logo on it with a black background and I have been for a few hours

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  19. Meg

    10/28/2015 at 5:04 am

    My iPhone 5s will not upgrade to 9.1. My iPad had no problems at all. How can I get my phone to upgrade?

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    • sherri

      10/29/2015 at 9:18 pm

      same problem but had to be connected to network NOT WIFI… hope that helps

      Reply

  20. Prince lassey

    10/28/2015 at 4:53 pm

    Am having problem with iOS 9.1 I can’t save my pictures when I snap a camera it just fanish so wanna know what can be done am on 6s

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  21. Monojit Bag

    10/28/2015 at 11:41 pm

    Hi I have upgraded my iPad mini to IOS 9.1 and I noticed that my iPad mini batter life is much shorter. Even in standby mode battery drains out.

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  22. Milosh Stojkovic

    10/29/2015 at 12:01 am

    My battery is completely dead and I cant seem to charge my Iphone 5. After the update I had my phone plugged in and playing. Suddenly I see the “20% battery” message. I re-plug the charger and I get “Charged” – not “Charging” message displayed. I had to go out to my friends place. Took both my phone and charger. By the time I was there my Iphone 5 went completely out. After plugging it at my friends place I get the standard red bar (as in Charging mode while out of battery),but the phone never turned on. After coming home I’m still with a dead phone after 5 hours being plugged in. I’M EXTREMELY DISAPPOINTED.

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    • Milosh Stojkovic

      10/29/2015 at 12:32 am

      Now this is going to sound funny. Just as I press the “Post Comment” button for my comment my Iphone turns on. I’m like “Shit,did the apple guys read my review on some random internet site and decided to help me out – I don’t even care if this can happen(I know it can’t),but you gotta wonder. My phone is on the charger at 1%. I quickly turn off Auto Brightness,lower the brightness to 0,turn ICloud Keychain off (basically I did a bunch of things that I read about here – http://www.gottabemobile.com/2015/10/22/how-to-fix-bad-ios-9-battery-life-2/)….10 seconds after I finished with all the high battery draining settings my phone dies again…while being on the charger,lol.

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  23. Karen

    10/29/2015 at 4:27 pm

    Camera is no longer focusing correctly unless taking a close up shot. Anything in the distance is blurry.

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    • Binkle

      12/18/2015 at 7:24 am

      I am having the same issue!!!

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  24. P.Borg

    10/30/2015 at 4:32 pm

    DON’T Remove your Gmail or iCloud calendar it will not reappear when you add the email account again. There is no way to get you calendar back when once removed. Major bug in iOS 9.1

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    • P. Borg

      10/31/2015 at 3:20 am

      Story continues or ends here. My iPhone 5 32GB is Bricked now. Suddenly the phone just died and only sign of life you get when you connect the cable to the power supply. Then the connect to iTunes image appear. But when you connect the cable to your computer nothing happens it is just dead. So now I own a useless piece of Apple shit. Thank you Apple. You win we loose…..

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  25. Vinod

    10/30/2015 at 9:59 pm

    I upgrade my iphone 5 to 9.1. Now my phone is too slow and i am not able to make call , See missed call see contact . after restart all buttons hanged in call option. ( recent, contact, keypad, voicemail) nothing is working,

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  26. kcorkett

    10/31/2015 at 11:30 am

    Karen, the 6 phones have a recall for the camera sticking in distant or close up vision and not resetting. Call Apple get a case ticket number, set an appointment, they fix it at the Genius Bars in the Apple stores.

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    • Karen

      10/31/2015 at 1:45 pm

      Thanks. I read about that but thought it said only iPhone 6 Plus. Does it apply to iPhone 6 also? I’ve had the phone since 12/14, camera working great up until this past week which is why I suspected the 9.1 upgrade.

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  27. shihab

    11/01/2015 at 8:55 pm

    hi friends’
    I have problem regard my cellular in i phone 6 plus. it take only 2 days and my internet package just finish> iso9.1

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  28. Yuliyan

    11/02/2015 at 5:57 am

    Massive disappointment after updating to 9.1 : no sound from Music app, Beats radio outputs static noise, youtube no sound, Siri no sound.
    Restarted, sound comes backmand after a while it’s gone again.
    Downgraded to 9.0.2 – all good, no sound issues.
    Upgraded again – same issue. OMG. What happened to Apple this year?Here is the topic on their site.
    https://discussions.apple.com/message/29201593?ac_cid=op123456#
    Raised a bug ticket with video to show the issue in : https://bugreport.apple.com/
    Highly recommend everyone to report any issues there.

    Cheers

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  29. blarneytm

    11/02/2015 at 12:17 pm

    I seem to have a problem not mentioned elsewhere. When the 6+ is unlocked and I click on a notification entry it no longer links to the relevant app. On the lock screen swiping still opens the app. Does anyone else have this problem?

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  30. Kimi

    11/02/2015 at 3:41 pm

    My husband and I have iPhones. If he receives or makes a call I get a small pop up at the bottom of the screen and I can click to see who he’s calling. Same with texting, browsing intenet, pretty anything he does on his phone I get a popup. Unfortunately his phone does the same. It only happens when we are in the house together. Anyone know how to fix this.

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  31. sedi

    11/02/2015 at 9:10 pm

    Got iPhone 4s Just updated it no signal still didn’t check the other stuff but very slow takes ages to start and load compare to before.

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  32. flojozw1

    11/04/2015 at 5:05 am

    mine is an iPhone 5s which i got as a gift from my cousin in the UK ,i have been using it for over a month now. after i updated it the network disappeared and started searching and has been searching for the past 2 weeks. i then restored all settings that when the problem worsen. my phone will not activate anymore . says “hello’ if i swipe that its says log in your country i choose my country after that its then tells me to choose wifi or itunes if i choose either it still leads me to where it say ” it may take several minutes …….” then after that it shows a message that says ” unable to activate you iPhone ………….unable to reach server……..” try again. I’m super frustrated now .

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    11/06/2015 at 5:04 pm

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  34. Larry

    11/06/2015 at 8:08 pm

    Ex apple user screw apple OS X 10.11 and iOS 9 go hand and hand …. Crap!!! Went back to android and my pc laptop

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  35. Sandy

    11/08/2015 at 2:48 pm

    Really surprised to be saying this …if something goes wrong with pc/android you can replace it 2 or 3 times. Still won’t cost as much as replacing Mac once…

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  36. vabrick@aol.com

    11/08/2015 at 11:23 pm

    I should have KNOWN BETTER than to do this (or most any) apple update. after loading 9.1, my phone will not do an icloud backup because the estimated time to backup is always 10 TO 15 HOURS !!! also my fingerprint ID no longer works well, if at all. WHY did I do this update.. I learned years ago that apple updates always do more harm than good.

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  37. Bagpu5s

    11/10/2015 at 9:16 am

    Something works perfectly so you release an update to make sure that it doesn’t. Absolute muppets!

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  38. Marina

    11/10/2015 at 11:03 am

    I have an iPhone 5c and i have the IOS 9 but I tried to install the IOS 9.1 and it never works

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  39. Kate Maas

    11/10/2015 at 11:30 am

    I have the exact same problem as Vinold (see posting above), although I have an iPhone 5c. I upgraded to 9.1 last week. I can accept incoming phone calls but I am unable to make calls, view the Missed or Recent Calls lists, retrieve VoiceMail messages, or view my Contact List. As my only phone, I am now nearly dead in the water. I also lost all of my entries in Notes with this update. This “update” is simply inexcusable. I tried a reset last night but it did not work. Unbelievably, iTunes showed no previous sync or versions, and iCloud (using the same Apple ID and password) will not recognize my log in name and password. I am setting up an appointment at an Apple Genius Bar, anticipating I will be told I need a new iPhone costing hundreds of dollars. Fool me once, shame on me; fool me twice — I don’t think so.

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  40. Jim Filby

    11/11/2015 at 8:54 am

    My problem is Battery Life and when I go to Delete mail and or Trash it leaves the page then I go back and do it again all the e-mails are still there. ????

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  41. Ross

    11/12/2015 at 9:59 am

    My iPad mini wifi connection fails frequently since the update. Battery drains quickly. Some apps disappeared after update. Apps grey-out when an update is available. I cannot choose to update, I have to update the app before I can use it. Enough is enough. I was an apple fan, but no more!

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  42. C

    11/13/2015 at 7:42 am

    Just updated to 9.1 from 8.4.1, because there weren’t too many issues in 9.1, I thought.
    Bitterly regret this now, only 1 day later. 8.4.1 was perfect on my 5s. Of course I took a backup (with old iTunes) before.

    -no carrier: searching for the carrier 3 times a day (my SIM is OK). Reboot would help for some time. Reset Network settings: no joy. Could also not switch from 4G to 2/3G. WLAN was fine.
    -new iTunes required, although itself stated it is actual…OK, just 160MB.
    -tried to restore settings: nearly bricked my phone. Restore/update failed 5 times. For no reason it worked then eventually. Now I have a fresh phone… and again Searching for carrier after 2nd reboot! It did also not ask for the lock code of the SIM, only after 1st reboot. So, there must be an issue with 9.1.
    -actual iTunes finds my phone, but the phone says ‘Connect to iTunes…’ Stuck there now, because no WiFi here…

    Never change a running system.

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  43. Feroz Mohammed

    11/16/2015 at 9:01 am

    my iphone 6 touch id not working after update ios 9.1

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  44. Vicke

    11/17/2015 at 6:42 am

    My Ipod touch 5 has the iOS 9.1 now half of my music will not play. Gives me an error: Wireless play, turn on cellular playback in Music in the settings App. But the IPOD touch does not have cellular playback. Has anyone come across this problem. Kind of aggravating.

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  45. wendy hicks

    11/17/2015 at 9:39 am

    same thing here
    I’m going to get away from Apple altogether.
    People with droids rarely have problems !
    contacts gone, battery loses charge – 9.1
    screwed my phone up and I don’t have time
    to mess with it!

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  46. Ludwina De Cang

    11/19/2015 at 10:32 am

    Since the update, I can’t open Apple music anymore. What can I do?

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    • Cees van der Leeuw

      11/20/2015 at 3:33 am

      Just an other low: found out that i lost some of my notes, and of course it is the most important nore that vanished….
      So an other screw up.

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  47. Azura Tenrai

    11/22/2015 at 12:34 am

    Is anyone else having problems with their iPad 4 (ios 9.1) especially with facetime. It has to do with camera video stream; as if camera frame rate has been capped. It feels as if you are communicating from web-cam era where frames would drop and video would stutter. Then there is poor connection. Newer devices seem to unaffected. Apple’s solution get a new ipad! It worked just fine, update ruined it!

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  48. Thomas C

    11/25/2015 at 1:26 pm

    iPhone 4s, upgraded to 9.1, hate my Apple product now, frustrating to use, Slow POS, everything is slow. Fixed everything that is ‘fixable’ (and if that makes sense to people, wow) I want to throw it in the street and watch it get smashed to bits. End of story. Pretty Sad. Where to go now?

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  49. Jeet

    11/28/2015 at 6:28 am

    iOS 9.1is d worst I hv ever used today it makes 18 calls without making by me … I don’t know wt to do ..does anybody hv a suggestion ..

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  50. wasil

    11/29/2015 at 4:36 am

    My ip6 is not searching contacts … anyone else facing this problem?

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  51. Steve DeKovessey

    11/30/2015 at 7:05 pm

    Bought an iPhone 6 and updated to iOS 9.1. Since then I can’t upload any emails!!! Local sprint dealers won’t do anything. When my contract ends I’m considering changing dealers.

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  52. etong

    12/15/2015 at 6:16 am

    hi there..im new apple user…i bought 5s 56gb rfurb set ..its already use ios9.1..hav any of u got lag problems while using whatsapp …i just bought this phone not more than 3 days…is it smthing ordnary or is it a problem..hope that u guys can help me…dis is my first iphone so i didnt really good at it…the app lag but the toucher didnt…sorry for the broken english…loves from malaysia

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  53. etong

    12/15/2015 at 6:20 am

    **im sory for the the typing error…its 64gb..hehe…and one more…does intrnet cnection slow down the phone..i mean when cnection is not good the phone started to slow down and lag a bit

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  54. ANURAG K

    12/19/2015 at 12:32 am

    In ios9.1 u can’t create personal hot spot when u r connected to WiFi. Personal hotspot can only be created when mobile data is on

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  55. ANURAG K

    12/19/2015 at 12:35 am

    IOS9.1 TVout not working,no ipod setting available

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  56. Thomas C

    12/19/2015 at 3:05 pm

    its a total fail on my 4s, everything is slower. Apps are slow to open, the phone is slow to open after entering passcode. Siri doen’t beep (stupidiest thing) and is slow to respond or be in ready mode. Phone constantly crashed. I can’t open up many links in Facebook, I could go on and on and on and on. Damn you Appple!! I hate my phone now.

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  57. Clay Anderson

    01/10/2016 at 1:07 am

    I am having issues with u grade of ios 9.2 and can’t get my ipod to pair up with beats wireless head phone. Bluetooth is on but doesn’t recognize it. My Samsung note 4 pairs up fine. Why did I by Apple for this shit! When is the next upgrade to fix this. Brutal!

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  58. Snoopy

    01/21/2016 at 10:00 am

    I can no longer text message on my ipad using phone number, it only uses my email address. Imagine my surprise when I am Messaging people and they say who is this because they don’t know my email address. Can’t believe they changed this feature. I have since sold my ipad and will never buy another one. They want me to upgrade to Wifi + carrier ipad but I spend enough money on apple products to buy another paperweight. Thanks apple. My support is diminishing as the years go on.

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  59. Johnny

    03/18/2016 at 3:36 pm

    I have 2 apple phones and an ipad I am on ios 9.2 and it is such a piece of shit I will never buy another apple product.

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