Apple’s new iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus were on sale for almost a week in September, but that seemingly wasn’t enough time to curb the platform’s steepest market share decline in months.
iPhone users said that prior to switching, everything is running normally as other iOs do. Regardless of the latest fears in this OS, reports suggest that it has been less buggy than the previous iOS 8.
WhatsApp and Facebook are two of the most popular apps on all mobile platforms. While the reasons for the shutting down of iPhone is not known, there are a few users who have also reported their home button feels warm to the touch when trying to revive their phones or even hot at the time it shut down. The problem was of the iOS 9 as there were no such issues after the reset.
The other workaround involves updating your iPhone 6s to iOS 9.1 beta 3 or resetting the iPhone and setting it up as a new device.
As of now, there is no confirmation whatsoever that this problem is associated with issues coming from iOS 9, or it is due to bugs that are in WhatsApp or Facebook.
It would be safe to say that this should all come as no surprise considering the amount of Android devices that are available to consumers the world over vastly outnumbers those devices that are running iOS. Alternately, there seems to be as many headlines indicating that Android smartphone manufacturers are in dire straits what with Korean smartphone manufacturer HTC having well publicized financial issues and many reports indicating that Samsung is disappointed with sales of their latest flagship offerings. However, since this problem is only affecting WhatsApp and Facebook, there is a likelihood that this problem is being caused by a bug in Apple’s iOS 9.
As these apps by default appear in zoomed-in view, certain elements of the user interface (UI) including buttons and data at their edges are cut off from the iPhone 6s screen. In short, it meant that users had to rely on Wi-Fi connections to use these apps.