iOS 9.1

iOS 9 adoption reaches 70% just ten weeks after launch

iOS 9 adoption reaches 70% just ten weeks after launch

iOS 9 is now running on 70 percent of compatible devices just over two months after making its public debut. The update has increased its share by 4 percent over the last month alone, while iOS 8 and earlier versions of Apple’s platform have seen their share fall.

German media giant fights iOS 9 ad blockers with legal action

German media giant fights iOS 9 ad blockers with legal action

German media giant Axel Springer, which owns major European newspapers and magazines like BILD and Die Welt, is fighting back against iOS 9 ad blockers with legal action. In an attempt to prevent them from being distributed to iOS users, the company is taking developers to court.

iOS 9.1 includes hidden support for Apple TV’s tvOS ‘UIFocusEngine’

iOS 9.1 includes hidden support for Apple TV’s tvOS ‘UIFocusEngine’

Apple TV’s new tvOS has a “UIFocusEngine” that allows users to navigate apps using a keyboard or game controller — and it turns out this is secretly baked into iOS 9.1, too. Using private APIs, it’s possible to build iPhone and iPad apps that are navigable using a physical keyboard.

Some users reporting problems with Touch ID after iOS 9.1 update

Some users reporting problems with Touch ID after iOS 9.1 update

Apple’s latest iOS 9.1 update, which was rolled out to the public on October 21, has been breaking Touch ID functionality on some iOS devices, according to user reports. Some have found that Touch ID has become slow, unreliable, and in some cases fails to work at all after the update is installed.

Some users experiencing issues with iOS 9.1 and connecting to the App Store, Apple Music, and more

Some users experiencing issues with iOS 9.1 and connecting to the App Store, Apple Music, and more

At the tail-end of 2014, an issue arose that saw many iOS users experiencing an inability to connect to the App Store, or any other Apple services through their Apple ID.

You can no longer downgrade from iOS 9.1 as Apple has stopped signing iOS 9.0.2

You can no longer downgrade from iOS 9.1 as Apple has stopped signing iOS 9.0.2

Apple has stopped signing iOS 9.0.2 firmware file, just over a week after releasing iOS 9.1 which killed Pangu Jailbreak. This means that users won’t be able to downgrade from iOS 9.1 to iOS 9.0.2 and jailbreak your device.

How to get new iOS 9.1 Emojis in iOS 9 – iOS 9.0.2

How to get new iOS 9.1 Emojis in iOS 9 – iOS 9.0.2

I am all about emojis. Honestly, if I would’ve written this entire article in only emoji, I would have. So that’s why I was so happy when Apple decided to bring in 185 more dope emojis to choose from. Why 185? I have no idea, but I know many people who really only upgraded to iOS 9.1 because of this. However, if you are a fan of iOS 9.0.2 and are jailbroken (thus unable to upgrade to 9.1), fear not, you can get most of these emojis too. 

WhatsApp for iPhone gets Quick Reply functionality with iOS 9.1

WhatsApp for iPhone gets Quick Reply functionality with iOS 9.1

WhatsApp users with an iPhone have yet another reason to update to iOS 9.1. After installing Apple’s latest update, you’ll find added Quick Reply functionality, allowing you to reply to messages without having to open the WhatsApp app.

iMovie for iOS updated to support 4K support for iPad Air 2 in iOS 9.1

iMovie for iOS updated to support 4K support for iPad Air 2 in iOS 9.1

Officially, iMovie for iOS was updated to support iOS 9 and 4K video back on September 16 of this year, but one iOS device was left out in the rain.

That ‘eye in a speech bubble’ emoji in iOS 9 represents ‘I Am a Witness’ anti-bullying campaign; was fast tracked by Apple

That ‘eye in a speech bubble’ emoji in iOS 9 represents ‘I Am a Witness’ anti-bullying campaign; was fast tracked by Apple

When the first developer betas of iOS 9 were making the rounds, it was discovered that a new emoji was baked in (one of the new hundreds of new additions in that category), and now the story has finally been revealed as to its purpose.