The iPhone 6s has already received two iOS 9 updates since launch and it’s about to get another. With an iPhone 6s iOS 9.1 release on the horizon, we want to take a look at a few things you need to keep in mind as we push closer to release.
Apple’s iPhone 6s has only been out for a few weeks now but owners have already been treated to two iOS 9 updates. The first, iOS 9.0.1, was waiting for owners on the iPhone 6s release date. The update delivered key bug fixes to the company’s new flagship.
The other update, iOS 9.0.2, arrived a week later. And like its predecessor, it too brought some important bug fixes to the new 4.7-inch iPhone.
iOS 9.0.2 is still the most current version of iOS 9 but it will soon be replaced by another update. If it’s not iOS 9.0.3, it will be iOS 9.1, an update that’s currently available for developers and iPhone 6s users in Apple’s Beta Software Program.
The iPhone 6s iOS 9.1 update is confirmed but we still don’t have an official iOS 9.1 release date. And with Apple reportedly skipping its usual October media event, there’s a chance we won’t find out about the iOS 9.1 release until Apple’s roll out begins.
With that in mind, we want to take a look at a few things we think iPhone 6s users need to be looking for as we approach the iOS 9.1 release date. iOS 9.1 is the first milestone upgrade for iOS 9 and it’s important to stay informed ahead of its release.
iOS 9.1 Release Date
If you're at all interested in iOS 9.1 and its emojis, you'll want to keep a close eye in the iPad Pro and its release date.
We've heard that the iOS 9.1 release is connected to the release of Apple's new 12-inch iPad. And with iPad Pro release date rumors pointing to an arrival in November, there's a good chance we'll see the iOS 9.1 release date emerge this month or next.
Apple will almost certainly confirm specific release details in October so you'll want to be on the look out for those. Even if Apple fails to confirm an iOS 9.1 release date ahead of time, the iPad Pro and Apple TV 4 release window should be all that we need.
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