Apple has released a minor update to iOS 9. iOS 9.0.1 also fixes a bug that prevented many users completed the setup wizard, so it could not install the operating system on your iPhone, iPod or iPad . I am much mistaken, or this update solves the problems of this article, a problem that should not have allowed Apple. Although the update comes just a week after the release of iOS 9.0, an entire week with problems of this type is too long a period if you have been suffering from the problem.
The weight of the update, 35,4mb on an iPhone 6 Plus, indicates that minor corrections have been made, so you might think that the only news is that you can see in the screenshot. It is also possible, although I do not think it meets that have improved the fluidity of the system, which would eliminate part of the lag that some users have been experiencing.
What is new in iOS 9.0.1
- It fixes a bug that prevented some users complete the setup wizard after upgrading the system.
- Fixes a bug related to the occasional failure alarms and timers.
- Addresses an issue in Safari and photos related to the apparent distortion to pause a video frame.
- Fixes an issue where some users could lose mobile data by using APN custom settings via a profile.
The update is available immediately via OTA (over the air) or iTunes, unlike other releases where about half an hour via OTA option appears after appearing in the center of software developers. Logically, its installation is recommended to anyone who had installed iOS 9.0.