iOS 9.3, not 9.2.1 needed for persistent problems

By Peter Chubb - Dec 31, 2015

Apple brought several improvements with the release of iOS 9.2, but there are still a few persistent problems, which we highly doubt will be rectified with the release of 9.2.1.

The update may be a few weeks old, but as ever a few bugs still remain and will take a more major update, and so we presume that it will be iOS 9.3 to resolve the issues some users are experiencing with 9.2.

iOS 9.3, not 9.2.1

Some of those persistent problems – There have been issues with WiFi, which does seem an eternal struggle for some iOS users, as well as Calendar problems, Apple Music, clipboard issues, and also with Touch ID as well.

Many of the issues can be fixed without the need to wait for iOS 9.3, or possibly 9.2.1 come to that, as its all about preparation.

It’s all pretty simple really, as you should either run from a restore point, or even back certain things up from your handset or tablet and then wipe the phone clean and do a fresh install. More often than not this process works and you should find many of these issues disappear.

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Also See: iOS 9.4 release date and time post WWDC 2016

iOS 9.3, not 9.2.1 needed for persistent problems

  • Marg Peachey

    I have persistent problems with calls not coming in and appearing in message bank up to an hour afterwards. Very annoying when I am on call.

  • bgf

    I believe these issues or anomalies are caused by the radio interfering with the software by means of quantum mechanics and conspiracy theories … He shifts in the *red waves* causes software bit jumps on the hardware, making these problems difficult if not impossible to replicate

    Oh, and by the way, Gravity is not a uniform constant throughout the universe. Einstein was both wrong and a dumbass

  • Damo Lokmic

    Slow news day huh? :p But yeah, I’m seeing many problems with my beta 1 9.2.1-iPhone 6 too – it’s pretty laggy.