iOS 9.0.2


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Apple Stops Signing iOS 9.0.2, Downgrading From iOS 9.1 No Longer Possible

As of today, Apple has stopped signing iOS 9.0.2 for compatible iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch models, meaning users can no longer upgrade or downgrade to that version of iOS using iTunes. Apple is now signing iOS 9.1 and later only. With Apple no longer signing iOS 9.0.2, those who wish to downgrade to jailbreak their devices are not able to do so. iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch users with jailbroken devices will need to refrain from updating beyond iOS 9.0.2 as the iOS 9.1 update fixes the exploits used for the jailbreak. The untethered iOS 9 jailbreak was released for iOS devices just two weeks ago on October 14 by Pangu. It works for iOS 9, iOS 9.0.1, and iOS

Apple Releases iOS 9.0.2 With Bug Fixes, Performance Improvements

Apple today released iOS 9.0.2, a minor update that introduces bug fixes and performance improvements to iOS 9. The iOS 9.0.2 update comes one week after the release of iOS 9.0.1, the first update to iOS 9, and two weeks after iOS 9 was released to the public on September 16. iOS 9.0.2 is available immediately to all iOS 9 users as an over-the-air update. Like iOS 9.0.1, iOS 9.0.2 is a minor update that focuses on introducing some much-needed bug fixes and performance enhancements to Apple's newest operating system. This update contains bug fixes and improvements including: - Fixes an issue with the setting to turn on or off app cellular data usage - Resolves an issue that prevented iMessage activation for some users - Resolves an issue where an iCloud backup could be interrupted after starting a manual backup - Fixes an issue where the screen could incorrectly rotate when receiving notifications - Improves the stability of PodcastsiOS 9 has been available since September and focuses on proactivity and intelligence with some major updates to Siri and Search. iOS 9 also includes updates to several Apple-branded apps and it includes a split-screen multitasking feature for the iPad. Today's iOS 9.0.2 update precedes iOS 9.1, which will be the first significant update to iOS 9. iOS 9.1 includes new emoji and an option to disable contact photos in Messages. It also focuses on introducing compatibility for upcoming Apple products like the iPad Pro and the Apple TV. Update: According to the security notes for iOS 9.0.2, the update fixes a Lock Screen