iPhone 6 iOS 9.1 Release: 10 Things to Watch For
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iPhone 6 iOS 9.1 Release: 10 Things to Watch For



iOS 9 Downgrades

iOS 9 Downgrades

You'll want to keep a close eye on the iOS 9.0.1 downgrade because Apple could close it up at any time. 

You can no longer drop down to iOS 8 or iOS 9.0 but you can downgrade to iOS 9.0.1 if you decide that iOS 9.0.2 isn't giving you the kind of performance that you want. Thing is, you're under the gun.

Apple typically stops signing a week or two after an update's release which means that it could kill the loophole soon. You'll want to keep your eyes open right now. You'll also want to keep this in mind for after the iOS 9.1 release. 

If you don't like iOS 9.1, you'll only have a limited time to downgrade to iOS 9.0.2 or whatever the most recent version of iOS 9 is.

1 Comment

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  1. bean481

    10/15/2015 at 7:05 am

    Having gone through your list of 10 things, I’d like to highlight a problem LOADS of iPhone5s owners are having with iOS9.0.2. Contrary to Apple’s claim that it extends battery life we’ve found through experience it actually HALVES battery life. This is a BIG fault and needs fixing in iOS9.1

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