However, reminiscent of the concerns regarding previous Apple updates like the iOS 8 past year, some users have reported that instead of having longer battery life with the iOS 9, power drainage seems to have become a bigger problem. Anyone can simply open up Siri from the lockscreen and then access your contacts and photos regardless of the passcode being 4-digit or 6-digit.
The exploit has been shown in a proof-of-concept video by Jose Rodriguez, who has a track record of finding similar bugs in iOS.
You can ask Siri to pull up messages, phone logs, calendar, clocks, Safari and pretty much anything else your heart desires after the iPhone’s lock screen is breached. Once the restore is done, finish the onscreen steps to set up your device.
Apple just released iOS 9.0.1 to fix their major “Slide to Upgrade” bug issue that over half of its users are experiencing after its iOS 9 update.
iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus are getting out of stock as soon as they hit the shelves, but iOS 9 upgrade is not that lucky to have a good start.
Despite the problems users encountered on iOS 9, we earlier reported that the adoption rate has been soaring.
Some users, on the other hand, have resorted to disabling all features connected with Apple’s virtual personal assistant Siri to improve the device’s operations. The update is 9.0,1 and fixes several issues in the original iOS 9 release.
The “app slicing” feature in iOS 9 that enabled developers to send optimally-sized variants of their apps to different devices is unavailable because of a bug in iCloud, Apple’s cloud service for its devices. The hack only grants limited access, so an individual wouldn’t be able to see your email, for example, but it goes without saying that you don’t want just anyone digging through your saved photos and phone numbers.