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iOS 9 Update: 10 Things to Know After Two Months

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iPad iOS 9 Performance

iPad iOS 9 Performance

I've also been using the iOS 9 update on three iPads: The iPad Air 2, iPad Air and iPad mini 2. So far, so good. 

I haven't run into any major issues (Touch ID is working fine on the iPad Air 2), all three of them are fast (even the iPad mini 2), battery life is outstanding, I haven't noticed any issues with Wi-Fi or Bluetooth, and I haven't experienced any catastrophic experience-breaking bugs. 

I've said it before and I'll say it again. iOS 9.1 is the most stable version of iOS 9 and that applies to all three of these iPads. If you're already on iOS 9, I think right now would be a great time to make your move. After some prep work of course. 

If you're on something older, the decision is a little more difficult but I think iOS 9's iPad features make it a worthy upgrade

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  1. john mouseguy

    11/20/2015 at 4:35 am

    Oh my god, you’re an ad

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