iOS 9.2 is going to bring some new features to the iPhone, iPad and iPod touch but it's also going to bring some bug fixes for lingering iOS 9 problems.
Developers testing the update have found a laundry list of bug fixes on board the iOS 9.2 beta and Apple could add more ahead of the iOS 9.2 release date. If you've been dealing with iOS 9 problems, there's a good chance iOS 9.2 will fix your issue.
Here is a running list of bug fixes on board the current version of iOS 9.2 beta.
- 3D-Touch - lag on homescreen (iPhone 6s Plus) on light and medium setting fixed
- App Switcher - fixed a bug where the icon of the 3rd app on the app switcher would not appear until you scrolled towards it
- Dynamic Wallpaper - screen no longer flashes black when switching to home screen from the app switcher
- iCloud Drive - search inside folders and subfolders is fixed
- Settings - settings scroll bug is fixed; however, it occasionally flashes the search settings field briefly before coming into view
- Spotlight Search - pull down overlapping home screen icons is fixed with a workaround, increasing distance between icons and search bar.
- Un-paring and re-pairing the Apple Watch will no longer cause the Stocks glance to go missing.
- Syncing Music to the Apple Watch has been fixed.
- An issue impacting audio quality when playing audio over USB in some car stereos has been fixed.
- A bug with iCloud Keychain has been fixed, so users should no longer see "Could Not Set Up iCloud Keychain" errors.
- Videos with 'folw' track associations will no longer fail to play on 32-bit devices.