Apple iOS 9.0.1 Update is out; Fixing several bugs
Just after releasing the 9th version of its iOS, apple has released a minor update for its iPhones, iPods and iPads. After the iOS 8 update which was not a good experience for users Apple has been releasing several updates regularly. Apple iOS 9.0.1 fixes several bugs that were present in the iOS 9.0.0 update. Among the improvements the most notable fix is the Slide to Upgrade which caused several Apple devices to freeze on the screen. The update also fixes the bug that caused alarms and timers to fail. iOS 9.0.1 update also addresses several security related fixes.
Update is focused more on Apple iPhone 6S and iPhone 6S+. The update is just after almost a week later the 9.0 update if iOS. Apple is trying it hard to keep the iOS as much as glitch free as possible. It sizes almost 35MB to download.
Updating to Apple iOS 9.0.1
iOS 9.0.1 is available as an OTA (Over the Air) Update and thus you do not need to use a PC or MAC to update. To update the iOS to this latest version open Settings app and then tap to General > Software Update and follow the onscreen instructions . If you want, you can use iTunes to connect and update to iOS 9.0.1.
Apple has said that iOS 9.0 adaptation was great and now almost 50% of all registered iOS devices are running it. Apple is hopeful that most users will also update to iOS 9.0.1.