Apple has dropped a new version of iOS, marking the first update to iOS 9 since December. iOS 9.2.1 has been in testing and public beta since December 16, with developers receiving three betas before the public launch.
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iOS 9.2.1 is available as an Over the air update to all iOS 9 users. 9.2.1 is a minor update, and the fifth to iOS 9 so far, following iOS 9.0.1, iOS 9.0.2, iOS 9.1, and iOS 9.2.
iOS 9.2.1 wil focus on so-called under the hood improvements for performance and bug fixes rather than any big changes.
As per Apples release notes, the update features Security improvements, specifically a fix for an issue with Mobile Device management, which is affecting enterprise users. The issue lies in a bug that could prevent an app from installing completely when using an MDM server.
iOS 9.2.1 will be followed shortly by iOS 9.3,
which has also already been sent to developers for testing. iOS 9.3 is expected to be released in the spring and will be a more major update, featuring a new ‘Night Shift’ feature that should cut down on blue light exposure from the screen at night, as well as new educational features
iOS 9.3 is also set to include new ‘Quick Actions’ for iPhone 6s and feature updates to Apple News, Notes, Health, Siri, And CarPlay amongst other apps.