If you’re an iOS user who is still experiencing a fair bit of bugs in iOS 9, you might be interested to learn that Apple has since released its iOS 9.2 update, and hopefully with this update Apple will have addressed some of the bugs plaguing iOS 9. The previous iOS 9 update was released not too long ago so it looks like Apple is hard at working pushing out updates for its users.
That being said, what kind of changes can we expect from the latest iOS 9 update? For starters users who speak Arabic will be pleased to learn that Siri will finally be able to understand them. Apple has also updated iBooks with 3D Touch support, and Apple News has also gotten a new “Top Stories” section. For those who have made Apple News their default app for curating news, this should be worth checking out.
Mail Drop has also been added to Mail that will allow users to send larger attachments, and there has also been an improvement in terms of keyboard responsiveness when using Quick Reply. There is also the addition of iPhone support for the USB Camera Adapter. There have also been various changes and improvements made to Apple Music.
Those are just some of the many changes Apple has made in iOS 9.2, alongside the usual slew of bug fixes and whatnot, so if you haven’t updated already, you should probably go ahead and do so.