The iPhone 4s iOS 9 update has been out for three weeks. In those three weeks we’ve seen new updates emerge and iOS 9 problems plague iPhone 4s users. With three weeks under our belts, we want to take a look at the most important things to know about the iPhone 4s iOS 9 release.
The fact that the iPhone 4s even got the iOS 9 update came as a bit of a surprise. It used to be that Apple offered three years of software support. With the arrival of the iPhone 4s iOS 9 update, Apple looks like it will start offering four.
The iPhone 4s iOS 9 update emerged on September 16th like the rest of Apple’s upgrades. And like the other upgrades, the iPhone 4s got iOS 9.0.
In response to iOS 9 problems, Apple rolled out an iPhone 4s iOS 9.0.1 update a week later. A week after that, the company pushed out an iOS 9.0.2 update. The iPhone 4s iOS 9.0.2 update is the most current version of iOS 9.
The past three weeks have been extremely busy for Apple, its new software, and iPhone 4s users. And that’s why we want to take a look at the most important things you need to know about the iPhone 4s iOS 9 update, in general, at the three week mark.
This quick roundup takes a look at problems, the merits of iOS 9.0.2, and the device’s first milestone upgrade, iOS 9.1. Keep these in mind as we push away from the iOS 9.0.2 release date towards the next iOS 9 release.
AT&T Wi-Fi Calling Not Available for iPhone 4s
Yes, AT&T finally enabled Wi-Fi calling in iOS 9. No, it is not available for the iPhone 4s. Even if you're on the iOS 9 update.
iPhone 4s, iPhone 5 and iPhone 5s don't support AT&T Wi-Fi calling in iOS 9. The iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6s, and iPhone 6s Plus do. If you want the feature, you'll need to ditch your AT&T iPhone 4s for something else.