If you’ve been thinking about installing iOS 9 and iOS 9.0.2, there are a few reasons why you might want to make the move right now. That said, there are also some reasons why you might want to wait for Apple’s iOS 9.1 update to arrive before you move to something new.
In September, Apple released two major iOS updates for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Both are available though only one has rolled out to the public.
iOS 9.0 brought a ton of new features and enhancements to iPhone, iPad and iPod touch users. In the weeks since its release, Apple’s rolled out two more iOS 9.0 updates in iOS 9.0.1 and iOS 9.0.2. Both delivered bug fixes for iOS 9 problems.
The most current version of iOS 9 is iOS 9.0.2 but that is expected to change in the near future as Apple prepares its next big iOS 9 update for arrival.
iOS 9.1 is the first milestone update for iOS 9. The update, currently in beta, is expected to arrive alongside the Apple TV 4 and iPad Pro later this year. Apple hasn’t confirmed a release date but the iOS 9.1 release should land in October.
If you’re looking to install an official version of iOS 9 right now, you’re left with one option: iOS 9.0.2. And while there are some good reasons to install iOS 9 and iOS 9.0.2 right now, some of you might be better off waiting for the iOS 9.1 update for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch to arrive.
Keep these reasons in mind as you make a decision about whether to install now or wait for Apple’s first major update for the iOS 9 operating system.
Wait for iOS 9.1 If You're Fine on iOS 9 or iOS 9.0.1
If you're on iOS 9.0 or iOS 9.0.1 right now, you might consider waiting for the iOS 9.1 update to arrive.
iOS 9.0.2 is a small update that delivers several bug fixes including performance enhancements for the popular Podcasts application. It also brings a fix for a passcode security flaw. And while it's a solid update for some people, it also brings its own set of problems.
iOS 9.0.2 problems continue to emerge in the weeks since its release in late September. iPhone and iPad users are complaining about several annoying issues that popped up after making the move to Apple's latest software update.
If you are having an excellent experience on iOS 9.0 or iOS 9.0.1, and you don't need iOS 9.0.2's fixes right now, you might want to wait for the iOS 9.1 update.
iOS 9.1 will bring iOS 9.0.2's fixes and security patch along with it and it should also bring some additional fixes for iOS 9 problems. With an iOS 9.1 release date expected in October, iOS 9.0.2 may not be worth the risk for some of you, especially those of you on older devices.
iOS 9.0.2 is unpredictable and it could cause more problems than it's worth.
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