There’s a user-friendly way to hack into people’s iPhone contacts, messages and photos, a researcher claims. Indeed, his exploit, working on the latest iOS, version 9.0.1, is now available on YouTube and is getting a lot of interest…
More than a week after the frenzy surrounding iOS 9 and its rocky start, Apple is already releasing an update.
When iOS 9 was released, users received error messages saying the software update failed, while others had success downloading iOS 9 via iTunes.
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During the installation of iOS 9, many users got stuck on the “Slide to Upgrade” screen. The iOS 9.0.1 update addresses that issue as well as multiple other bugs. Here’s what you’ll get:
Fixes an issue where some users could not complete setup assistant after updating
Fixes an issue where alarms and timers sometimes failed to play Read more…
If you’re planning on buying or receiving a new iPhone 6s tomorrow, you will be asked to upgrade the operating system on the device immediately.
Apple has released a special version of iOS 9.0.1 that’s specifically aimed at the new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus. The OS version was pushed out to the public yesterday, but, oddly, that version didn’t include support for the new phones.
The iPhone 6s and the iPhone 6s Plus will ship with iOS 9.0.
The update is nothing major. It fixes a couple of bugs, including a “Slide to Upgrade” dialog problem that was preventing some users from upgrading to iOS 9. The update also fixes an issue that caused some paused video images in Safari and Photo to appear distorted, and another that cause some alarms and alerts not to sound.
Hat tip: Mac Rumors