The first major update of the iOS 9 was released a few days ago, although the rumors claimed that it will roll out in November. Until now, there were launched five beta versions to developers and not many people were expecting to see the public version so soon. If you’re curious what other features were added to iOS 9.1, in this article you’ll find your answers.
According to the iOS 9.1 change log, Apple patched the Pangu iOS 9 Jailbreak and fixed an issue which was causing applications to not be able to update from the App Store; the users had troubles when removing recent contacts from new mail or messages, so this issue has been fixed; some messages were not appearing in Mail search results, so this glitch was also fixed; another issue was causing activation errors on some carriers while another issue was leaving a gray bar in the body of an Audio Message. The list of fixes is related to issues which were preventing Game Center from launching for some users, or were causing an incorrect unread mail count for POP mail accounts and calendar was becoming unresponsive in Month view. Apple added 150 new emoji characters and improved the stability of its CarPlay, Music, Photos, Safari, and Search features, the Multitasking UI was also improved and Live Photos senses when the user raisers or lowers his iPhone.
Installing iOS 9.1 update on supported iDevices
To do it via OTA, go to your device’s Settings >> General >> Software update, but make sure that you have at least 50 percent battery left before downloading the OS firmware and connect to a wireless network to not consume your mobile data.
You can get the update from the iTunes, but first, you will need to back up your device on iCloud or via iTunes, then launch iTunes (the latest version) on your computer and go to About>Check for Updates or go to iTunes.com. Next, connect your iDevice to your computer and click on iPhone/iPad/iPod in the top left navigation, then on the Check for Update button and when the update is recognized, click on Download and Update and agree to the terms or conditions and continue with the upgrade.
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