Apple is now pushing iOS 9.2.1 to all supported devices

Vlad, 19 January, 2016

Today Apple has commenced the rollout of the update to iOS 9.2.1 for all supported iPhones, iPads, and iPod touch units out there. The general release starts today following a beta version of iOS 9.2.1, which went out to eager testers last month. In the meantime, an iOS 9.3 beta has been outed as well for those who are part of Apple's beta testing program.

As its version number implies, iOS 9.2.1 is not a big release. It doesn't come with new features, it only focuses on bug fixes, performance improvements, and reliability enhancements.

Included is a fix for an issue that could prevent the completion of an app's installation when using an MDM server. For now it's unclear if the battery indicator bug that we've reported on yesterday is also fixed in iOS 9.2.1. Surely though some other unnamed improvements are in too.



Reader comments

  • AnonD-496760

Which time coming iOS 9.3 update I'm waiting?

  • Anonymous

Common sense enters the Apple boardroom for once

  • secret

yeah!it make sense! youre right..i also own an android phone and an iphone..i like them both. but if you compare the things you can do with an android phone to iphone, its like your swimming in a sea with a lot of idea to explore versus swimming in a...