iOS 9.0.1 Released with Setup Assistant, Alarm Fixes

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Apple released iOS 9.0.1 on Wednesday, only a week after rolling out iOS 9.0. The update fixes several issues such as Setup Assistant failing to complete, and alarms failing to play.

Apple fixes a handful of bugs with iOS 9.0.1 updateApple fixes a handful of bugs with iOS 9.0.1 update

The iOS 9.0.1 update also fixed an issue where timers failed to play, corrected a problem that caused paused video to appear distorted in Safari and Photos, and fixed a problem where custom APN setups in profiles could cut off cellular data.

The update weighs in at 35 MB and is available by going to Settings > General > Software Update. You can also install the update by connect your iPhone, iPad, or iPod touch to iTunes via your USB sync cable.

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It's great to see Apple releasing updates for annoying bugs so quickly after giving us iOS 9.0.

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Does not fix:

Bug in the cellular data app toggle switches. For example, when a user turns a switch “on” from an “off” position, the setting is not respected by the system. The switch will appear to change to “on”, but if you try to use the affected app, it won’t permit cellular data to go through. Then, if you go back and check the cellular data app switches in the Settings app, you can see that the switch has reverted back to its previous position, in this case “off”.

Grrrr! Bloody heck Apple!


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