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iPhone 5s iOS 9.2 Update: 5 Things to Know Right Now

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You Can Only Downgrade to iOS 9.1

You Can Only Downgrade to iOS 9.1

If you want to try the iOS 9.2 beta early, you should know that there is no longer a way to drop back down to anything older than iOS 9.1

Apple's closed off the iOS 9.0.2 downgrade loophole and we're now stuck with last week's iOS 9.1 update. Which isn't a bad thing. The iPhone 5s iOS 9.1 is an excellent update and it's a great excuse to move off of iOS 8 or whatever you're on. 

If you're on iOS 8 or something older, you'll need to be absolutely sure that iOS 9.2 beta is somethng you want to install. There's no going back once you make your move.

4 Comments

4 Comments

  1. mackabieviper42

    11/04/2015 at 9:57 am

    That what they said about the other 9’s which I still have the same problem mixing of photos with this years, photos coming back from being deleted on my 5s 64 GB after 3 days to week All Photo freezing than crashing

  2. BR

    12/13/2015 at 4:56 pm

    the operational steps to update are almost more annoying than the bugs that are said to be fixed. Really, Apple has been in this business forever and shouldn’t be putting its customers through these kinds of problems on a regular basis.

  3. Cindy Schaffer

    12/13/2015 at 9:25 pm

    Have the IPhone 5S with new update I have a problem with trying to access my inbox. It just deverts me back to a black screen. Help, need to get into mail. My daughter has an IPhone 6 is experiencing same problem. Have rebooted phone with no luck.

  4. Al G.

    12/14/2015 at 6:52 am

    For the first time I am noticing a little lagginess on my iPhone 5s. Especially with opening the camera. Nothing super slow but my device is showing its age esp with iOS 9.2. However battery life continues to be stellar.

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