Apple fix iOS 9 cock-up

24 September 2015

When Apple released iOS 9, little did they know how much bother it was going to cause them. Users angrily tweeted about how it had completely borked their phones and some had to do factory resets to get everything working again.

Basically, once iOS 9 has downloaded, a glitch meant that some people's devices froze after users were prompted to “Slide to Upgrade.”

However, Apple seem to have fixed everything now, which is good news for those of you with an iPhone or whatever. And the update looks like this.

ios-9.0.1

So what have they sorted out? Well, the new update fixes the issue where some couldn't complete setup after updating. It also sorts out the issue where alarms and timers failed to sound off.

It also fixed the issue in Safari and Photos where pausing a video could cause the paused frame to look like a mess. It also sorted out the problem where some people with a custom APN setup via a profile would lose data.

You can download and install iOS 9.0.1 by opening Settings > General > Software Update on your iOS device.

TOPICS:   Mobile   How To Guides

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