iOs 9.2 update notification is the talk of the town. Obviously it deserves to be because, it has come up with some awesome new features, which continued noteworthy bug fixes on several key tools within the platform as well as it is also adding some new capabilities.
What is iOS 9.2 For?
iOS 9.2is perfectly compatible with the iPhone4s or later, iPad 2 or later, iPad Pro and 5th generation iPod touch or later along with iPad mini or later. The size of iOS 9.2 update is 271MB, if you are updating it from 9.1. 3D touch support within iBooks, is the most notable feature for iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S Plus devices. This update has value-added stability for Safari and podcasts.
If that does not happen, no worries you can manually do it from Setting > General > Software Update
Why should you update to ios 9.2?
iOS 9. 2 update has many game changing features, which will definitely make you go, WOW! So, let’s have a look what it has got it for you.
- Apple Music improvements: you can easily create a new playlist, when adding a particular song to your playlist as well as you can also download playlists or albums from your iCloud music library simply by tapping the iCloud download button.
- Stay up to date with the latest news of the day (Available in the UK, U.S and Australia)
- iBooks now supports with the 3D Touch to peek and pop pages from your notes, bookmarks and the table of contents, or from search results inside a book
- iBooks also supports listening to an audiobook, while reading other books, exploring the iBooks store or browsing your library
- Now your iPhone also supports for the USB Camera Adapter to import photos as well as videos
- Better stability of Safari as well as podcasts
- Mail Drop in Mail: For sending large attachments
- Fixing a problem where Live Photos could have turned off after restoring from earlier iCloud backup
- Resolving an issue, this could have prevented Calendar from displaying all seven days in a week
How to update
There are two ways to update to iOS 9.2, one of them is an over the air updates, which means letting the files to download over WiFi, before installing them on your device. This is absolutely the easiest and quickest way to manage the install.
Another way is to install the software via iTunes, which needs plugging in your iPhone before you download the files. This is not as easy as over-the-air update, however it has double benefits – you can back up your files on the computer or laptop before triggering the download. Generally, iTunes install is a smaller size file.
So, are ready to update? First of all back your phone!