Yesterday, Apple rolled out an iPhone 4s iOS 9.0.1 update, its second iOS 9 update in a week. With that in mind, we want to take a look at the most important things to know about Apple’s brand new iPhone 4s iOS 9.0.1 release.
In June, Apple confirmed an iPhone 4s iOS 9 update. The update came as a little bit of a surprise given that Apple had, up until this year, kept iPhone iOS support to three years. The iOS 9 update is the iPhone 4s’ fourth major iOS update.
Last week, the iPhone 4s iOS 9 update arrived bringing new features and enhancements to the aging former flagship. It’s a substantial system upgrade for the iPhone 4s but it won’t be the last iOS 9 update the device receives.
The iPhone 4s iOS 9.1 update is confirmed but in the meantime, owners will have to contend with a brand new iPhone 4s iOS 9.0.1 update that rolled out yesterday morning.
Apple’s iPhone 4s iOS 9.0.1 update is now available for download and it delivers some crucial fixes for iOS 9 problems including one for broken alarms and timers. It’s a small update for the iPhone 4s but it could have a big impact.
In the hours since the iOS 9.0.1 release, we’ve seen a number of new details emerge and today we want to roundup the most important details we think iPhone 4s users need to know about as we move away from the iPhone 4s iOS 9.0.1 release date.
Keep these in mind as we push into October towards Apple’s upcoming iOS 9.1 update, an update that is iOS 9’s first milestone update.
iPhone 4s iOS 9.0.1 Performance Reviews
As we move away from the iOS 9.0.1 release date, we're starting to hear more about the iPhone 4s iOS 9.0.1 update's performance.
After 24 hours, feedback about the iPhone 4s iOS 9.0.1 update is mixed. While some users are reporting good experiences with the iPhone 4s iOS 9.0.1 update, we're also seeing numerous complaints about the update's performance.
Before you update, we recommend poking around for feedback about the iOS 9.0.1 update. Solid resources include YouTube, Apple's discussion forums, and Apple-centric forums like MacRumors.
From what we can tell, you're going to need to be extremely careful with iOS 9.0.1, especially if you're coming from iOS 8.4.1 or below. iOS 9 is apparently killing performance for some users so you'll want to really dig on before making your move.