Apple proudly showed off the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus this September with iOS 9 showcased in it.
It was not a jitter free ride for the users of iOS 9 though; they had to face a lot of troubles initially with bugs and a few crashes here and there.
Developers however, were quick to address issues and have come up with a lot of new versions of iOS9, that fixed bugs, but also did not fail to introduce bugs of their own.
It is going to take some time before we finally see the very stable version of the OS, but as of now, we would have to manage with iOS9 this way.
Among all the developments that have been rolled out, the most recent one is the iOS 9.1. Users who have downloaded this version of the OS have claimed that this version indeed, happens to be rather bug free.
No other OS version has been such a pleasure to use so far, so they have great expectations out of this, hoping that this might have to be the last time they would have to update their OS to fix issues with their phone’s performance.
The update was praised highly because the developers took only half the time normally taken to roll out the update and was able to churn out two updates in the form of the News App and the Live photos feature, almost a 150 new emojis and 11 bug fixes.
In the United Kingdom, this OS update has been recently rolled out and it has been able to bring the News app and has also brought forth a lot of new emojis.
The most popular ones are the middle finger emoji and the champagne bottle. Others have also been added and are special in their own way.
The live photos feature has been improved in the iOs 9.1. With this features users can make use of their iPhone 6S or 6S plus to capture live photos and not capture movements that stray away from the focus. The Apple TV can also be controlled using the device.
Although many other bugs have been fixed in iOS 9.1, there are bugs that it has created on its own as well. This bug is a rather serious one and happens to be a threat to the iPhone security.
The bug will be able to make the data transmitted over the phone through apps like Apple Pay vulnerable to threats. Another minor issue has been faced as well. This issue is in the alarm app.
Many older iPhone users have said that when they upgraded their devices to iOS9.1, the touch IDs stopped working and the devices were not able to recognize their finger prints.
On trying to rectify this, they found that the touch ID had turned off automatically. On turning it back on, the issue was faced again.
This issue has to be looked into by Apple at the earliest or users might not be able to use their mobile phones well enough.