Last week, Apple finally updated its mobile operating system to iOS 9.2. Billboard was one of the first sources to report on the update.
"Apple released a software update for its iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch on Tuesday (Dec. 9), targeting improvements for Apple Music and Apple News. The new iOS 9.2 operating system also fixes a variety of bug issues."Billboard added that Apple had also released minor updates for the Apple Watch, Apple TV, and Mac OS X. Perhaps Billboard's article got more traction than many tech blogs since the updates mostly concentrate on Apple Music.
Expert Reviews gave iOS 9.2 five stars. One of the things they stress is the improved battery life.
"Apple is promising up to one-hour of additional battery life thanks to extra efficiencies throughout the OS. If you've got an iPhone there are a few additional options to save power. First, if your phone is face down on a table, the screen is never turned on, even when you get a notification. Secondly, there's a Low Power mode, which turns off some features and even throttles wireless and processor speeds in order to save power."Their article basically proves why iOS 9.2 is an excellent upgrade to an already excellent operating system. iOS 9.2 has earned a lot of praise on Twitter as well. Though most are thrilled with iOS 9.2, there have been some who have complained about some bugs. Gotta Be Mobile has the news.
"The iOS 9.2 update is only a few hours old but we're already starting to see complaints about iOS 9.2 problems. Early iOS 9.2 problems include issues with personal hotspot, issues with the smartcover volume display, an odd keyboard bug, various iOS 9.2 installation problems, Wi-Fi problems, issues with Calendar, clipboard issues, new Apple Music problems, Touch ID problems, and more."
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