One of the many security updates included in iOS 9.1 happened to block the iOS 9.0.2 Pangu jailbreak that the team of hackers released to the public last week. Unfortunately, we have to take the good with the bad when we upgrade our iOS devices, but iCrackUriDevice has instructions for how to downgrade back to iOS 9.0.2 …
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24 hours ago, Apple pushed out iOS 9.1 as an over-the-air update for all iPhone and iPad owners. Although iOS 9.1 includes a new feature for Live Photos, several bug fixes and a security update that disables the Pangu jailbreak for iOS 9.0.2, there’s really only one reason everyone is updating: new emoji characters.
Apple has released its latest mobile platform software, iOS 9.1. The new software offers a new batch of emoji, an improvement to Live Photos that will stop you from recording unnecessary movements and assorted bug fixes and security updates. The new update is available as an over-the-air update to all iPhone and iPad users who have …
Although the release notes we got our hands on for the recently released iOS 9.1 beta 5 weren’t especially interesting, the latest beta includes a few new features and additions that iPhone users are going to want to get their hands on.
Apple is apparently in something of a rush to push iOS 9.1 out the door, because it just released a brand new beta less than a week after the last one was pushed out to developers. The new iOS 9.1 beta 5 build is listed as a bug fix release, and it should be nearing …
Apple on Tuesday released its fourth beta of iOS 9.1. As is usually the case, Apple is only saying that the new beta contains “bug fixes and improvements,” although 9to5Mac informs us that it specifically “is designed to fix bugs that appeared in the public build of 9.1 and introduce a few new features, like a larger …
One minor new feature we’ll get with iOS 9.1 is new emoji, which developers already got to try out in the special iOS 9.1 beta released on Wednesday.
Want to see the future of iOS? Then you’ll be pleased to know that you can download and install the first public beta of iOS 9.1 on your phone right now. To get the new beta on your phone, you’ll have to sign up as a public beta tester with Apple on this website.