The iPhone 6s Plus is almost a month old and we are already on the second update for users, and it is an important one for many users to install. Even small upgrades like the iOS 9.0.2 update need attention from users before tapping on the install button, and we’re here with what you need to know about the iPhone 6s Plus iOS 9.0.2 update.
Apple released the iPhone 6s Plus on September 25th and when users opened the box they were prompted to install iOS 9.0.1. Now current owners, and users buying an iPhone 6s Plus in October are seeing the iOS 9.0.2 upgrade option when unboxing or using the new iPhone.
The iOS 9.0.2 update is not limited to the iPhone 6s Plus, but after using this new software on the Rose Gold iPhone 6s Plus for the last week, it’s time to share our experiences with the software and other important details that users need to know about.
We’ve already identified some iOS 9.0.2 problems that users should be aware of and there are important fixes in the iOS 9.0.2 update. While updates can impact the overall performance of the iPhone, the odds are very small that an update so soon after the release will impact your performance.
That said, we like to share our impressions, details and reviews of small updates like this with a specific look at how the updates handle on a specific device .
As we share important details about the iOS 9.0.2 update we also look forward to the iOS 9.1 update that should arrive in late October or early November. We’ll also catch you up on the latest on an iPhone 6s Plus jailbreak.
iPhone 6s Plus iOS 9.0.2 Performance
How well does the iPhone 6s Plus iOS 9.0.2 update perform? It's just as fast and responsive as the iPhone 6s Plus was when we took it out of the box in September.
In addition to speed, the iPhone 6s Plus battery life, connectivity and overall use are all up to the standards we have for a new phone.
There are certianly some apps that need iOS 9 updates, including the Chamberlain MyQ WiFi garage door opener that pushes notifications hours late, but for the most part the iPhone 6s Plus iOS 9.0.2 performance is solid.
Users looking for more information can check out the Apple Discussion Forums and social media.
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