Apple on Wednesday released iOS 9.0.2 with an aim to to fix quite a few bugs in Apple’s mobile operating system.
iOS 9.0.2 also addresses an issue that prevented users from activating their iMessage accounts. It also fixes a problem that caused iCloud backups to be interrupted, “improves the stability of Podcasts”, and fixes a bug that could cause your screen to rotate incorrectly when receiving a notification.
A group of developers that go by the name Unlock-iPhone.org came up with a way to jailbreak and unlock Apple’s latest version of iPhone 6,5S, 5C, 5,4S and iPad Air 4,3,2 software, iOS 9.
Weeks ago, Apple proudly released its iOS 9 that promised a lot of good app and functionality updates.
Whenever Apple releases a new version of iOS, it keeps on signing the prior build for a while, essentially giving users a small window of escape if they want to downgrade for any reason. Although this is not a major update we’d still recommend devices being connected to WiFi and having at least 50% charge before beginning the download and installation.
In case you still have not upgraded to the iOS 9.0.2, here are the simple steps to follow when installing the update, courtesy of Forbes. The design lines of the new iOS 9 illustrate this point well. When your phone starts back up, it will be updated. If so, has it fixed any difficulties you were having with your iPhone, iPod touch or iPad?
Meanwhile, the team Zerodium (zero-day acquisition platform) announced that it will be giving away $1 million as reward for anyone who can successfully jailbreak iOS 9 untethered via the browser-based method only, the report relays.