IOS 9.1 out: Big Update for iPhone and iPad

First major point-update is out for Apple’s iOS devices. It includes bug fixes, iPhone 6S improvements … and a fuckfinger.

Apple’s operating system for iPhones, iPads and iPods get overhauled with version 9.1. With the latest update corrected minor errors that have plagued iOS 9 since this came out in mid-september.

In everyday life it becomes, however, the 150 new emoticons that will spice up Facebook updates and messages with vibrant smile, funny icons, acidic mines and even a long finger greeting.

This means that Apple now supports latest Unicode 5.0 character set, which contains the many characters, and therefore also a fuck-finger.

Better Live-photos

Do you own an iPhone, you’ve probably already experienced how 6S the animated photos captures a bite video after the picture is taken. In use, this means that the live photos often occupy when the iPhone’s way back to the Pocket after the image is shot.

With iOS 9.1, senses 6S models when these are raised or lowered giving better-looking results in the album.

Many small improvements

A number of bug fixes follows at the same time with the update, including increased stability when you multitask, as well as in appsene CarPlay, Music, Photos, search and Safari. You can read the full list of forbedringrer on Apple’s support page.

Apple’s operating system, Watch US Watch, get on the same occasion a small update to version 2.0.1 which addresses error which could create delays, impair the operating time and synchronization errors with the calendar.

The update takes up between 200 and 300 MB depending on iOS-model and can be downloaded by going into Settings > General > Software Update.