Apple outs the first iOS 9 update and squishes some early bugs
Exactly a week after it became available to consumers, Apple has released the first software update for its iOS 9 operating system.
As is traditionally the case, Cupertino has taken the opportunity to wipe out a couple of glitches as early as possible.
iOS 9.0.1 contains a number of bug fixes, including an issue that prevented users from completing the set-up after updating to iOS 9.
It also combats an issue that caused the frame to be distorted when a video was paused in Safari or Photos. The update also takes care of a problem which caused alarms and timers not to sound.
The 35MB file can be downloaded over the air via the Software Update page in General Settings.
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iOS 9 features an improved, more ‘Proactive’ Siri personal assistant, the News aggregator app, and split screen multi-tasking for the iPad.
There’s also a new multi-tasking menu, while the San Francisco font debuted on the Apple Watch goes system wide here.
The operating system will make its out-of-the-box debut on the iPhone 6S and 6 Plus, which are both released on Friday.