Apple released the new iOS 9.1 to the public officially, the third major update after iOS 9 release. Now you can download and update your iPhone or iPad to new iOS 9.1 via Settings > General > Software Update. Plus, it can also be obtained through iTunes on a Mac or PC. Unexpectedly, this time, iOS 9.1 is released with some new features.
New changes in iOS 9.1:
- Live Photos now intelligently senses when you raise or lower your iPhone, so that Live Photos will automatically not record those movements
- Over 150 new emoji characters will full support for Unicode 7.0 and 8.0 emojis
iOS 9.1 includes an update for Live Photos, which now sense when the iPhone is raised or lowered to refrain from recording unnecessary movements. The update also introduces a new Messages option in the Settings app that is designed to allow users to disable photos for contacts, and it brings Apple News to the UK for the first time, according to MacRumors.
This time. iOS 9.1 has added new features that be compatible with Apple TV and iPad Pro, to be released later this month. And you can pre-order Apple TV next Monday. iOS 9.1 also includes bug fixes for a number of issues that iOS users have been experiencing, and as with most iOS updates, it enhances performance and introduces important security fixes.
So have you updated iPhone or iPad to iOS 9.1 successfully?