Apple’s iPhone 6 iOS 9 update is now two weeks old. In those two weeks we’ve seen a lot of change including two brand new iOS 9 upgrades. With that in mind, we want to recap what we’ve learned about the iPhone 6 iOS 9 update since its initial release in September.
When Apple announced iOS 9 at WWDC 2015, it wasn’t surprising to hear that the company was prepping an iPhone 6 iOS 9 release. The iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus are only a year old and both have long lives ahead of them. iOS 9 is their first major iOS upgrade.
Last month, Apple delivered. The iOS 9 update landed for both the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus on September 16th bringing new features, enhancements and more to the former flagship iPhone models.
Two weeks ago, we downloaded and installed the iPhone 6 iOS 9.0 update. A week after that, we downloaded the iOS 9.0.1 update, a small bug fixer that tackled some annoying iOS 9 problems.
Yesterday, we replaced iOS 9.0.1 with iOS 9.0.2, a brand new upgrade that brings its own collection of fixes for iOS 9 issues. We haven’t installed the iOS 9.1 update yet but it looks like a public release is getting closer.
We’ve been taking a look at all of these iOS 9 upgrades and today we want to take a look at the most important things iPhone 6 users need to know about iOS 9 a couple of weeks after its release.
This roundup looks at performance, the iOS 9 jailbreak and even the upcoming iOS 9.1 update from Apple. Keep these things in mind as we press into October.