Even though iOS 9 was supposed to be about killing bugs and bringing stability to Apple’s new mobile operating system, it seems this is not necessarily the case. Just as quickly as we received iOS 9, Apple immediately launched a minor update to deal with some of the last minute bugs. Today the company has done it again, and we kind of understand why.

Apple has just launched iOS 9.0.2, and the list of bug fixes includes improvements for iCloud Backup, just in case you noticed how slow it was. We also notice that bug fixes were brought to iMessage activation, Apple’s Podcasts app, and the update should also address some of the issues with cellular data usage. We’re not really sure if this cellular date update means that iOS will be smarter about switching back to Wi-Fi even when connections are not too great, in a way to save your data plan, but time will tell.

It seems that Apple has now focused on smaller updates that address important problems in a timely manner. Let’s see when we see the next update, and what gets fixed.

Source: Apple
Via: 9to5Mac

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