We all know how frustrating our iPhones and iPads can be--especially when the issues aren't coming from our own hands. Apple has been fully aware of many bugs from small to big that have been around since the official release of iOS 9. Well, there was no exception when iOS 9.2 dropped a couple days ago. The Tech Giant had a good three pages of detailed notes from a myriad of issues we all can probably relate too. The list is huge for being the 5th Software update to drop in 45 days-since iOS 9 was introduced. Regardless, it is good to see the company take initiative in fixing these issues and not covering them up.
I can honestly say that I was not happy with my brand new iPhone 6s, mainly because it seemed buggy. I knew it couldn't have been the brand new hardware. So, I investigated. I got into the nitty gritty details of the "learn more" section of the 9.2 update. Upon reading through the numerous bug fixes associated with this update, it only seemed fitting to go ahead and update my brand new iPhone. Well, so far so good! I can now wake up in the morning and not miss my cup of coffee before work, since, now, my iPhone alarm clock is actually singing me awake.
So. lets take a closer look at some of Apple's notes for the Bug Fixes we can expect from this iOS 9.2 Update. I have summed up the tech-talk for your convenience.
- Fixing issues where Camera screen on iPad could be black when attempting to capture video
- Addressing issues that could cause search in Contacts to display no results
- Apple Music improvements
- Mail Drop in Mail for sending large attachments
- Improved stability in Safari
- Improved stabilityin Podcasts
- Addressed issues that could cause instability in the Activity app when viewing the day of Daylight savings time transition
- Fixing issues that could prevent data from appearing in the Health app
- Fixing an issue on Cyrillic keyboards where caps lock would be enabled when typing in a URL or in email fields
- Fixing issues that could prevent Wallet app updates and Lock screen alerts from displaying
- Fixing issues where Live Photos could have been turned off after restoring from an iCloud back up
- Fixing issues that prevented some manual iCloud backups from restoring
- Resolving issues for some users that caused attachments to overlap text in mail
The list goes on and on. These fixes were ones that stood out as big improvements since Apple introduced iOS 9. Overall, it's great that we are finally seeing some changes being made for the better where our devices are concerned. I would highly recommend updating your device in a well-known reliable Wi-fi network or by plugging it into any computer that has the iTunes program on it. You won't regret this update!
-Voop it Up!