It seems that Apple could potentially have another issue to deal with relating to the iPhone 6s handset. Multiple users from varying locations have been taking to Apple's official forums to complain of an issue affecting iPhone 6s devices when restoring from an iCloud backup. A number of those making the complaints have received replacement iPhone 6s units for one reason or another, potentially due to loss or a physical hardware fault on their original handset, and have all been reporting the same issue relating to some messages and recent calls missing when restoring their backup from iCloud.
No jailbreak is required! You can now download and install PlayBox HD 2.0 on iOS 9, 9.0.2 and 9.1 running on any iPhone, iPad or iPod touch.
There's an ongoing chatter about an iOS 9.1 Touch ID issue that is reportedly affecting some iPhone and iPad users who have updated to Apple's latest mobile firmware. Here are the details.
Zerodium has announced that they are now in possession of a fully untethered iOS 9.1 and iOS 9.2 jailbreak which is browser-based, meaning it works like JailbreakMe. But it's likely that this will never be released to public.
Looking to downgrade iOS 9.1 to iOS 9.0.2 on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch? Our step-by-step guide will have you downgraded and running iOS 9.0.2 on your device within minutes.
Apple is still signing iOS 9.0.2 firmware which means you can still install it on a compatible iPhone, iPad or iPod touch. Here we take a look at why it's still a good idea to install iOS 9.0.2 on your device while it's possible.
WhatsApp has finally enabled its iPhone users to make use of the native Quick Reply functionality in iOS, but for some reason, it is available to those on iOS 9.1 only.
Final version of iOS 9.1 IPSW download links are out. Apple has just started rolling out iOS 9.1 for supported iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices with new emojis and improved Live Photos feature, among other things.
Notifications popping up on iPhones, iPads, and iPod touches around the world will have no doubt given the game away that Apple has officially released iOS 9.1 to the public. After five betas, and more than a month of continuous improvement, the Cupertino-based company finally deemed the platform ready to make available on a large scale. A number of improvements have managed to find their way into iOS 9.1, but it seems that Apple has also thrown its weight behind an extremely worthwhile anti-bullying campaign with the introduction of a new eye themed emoji.