Basically on the 16th of September, Apple officially launched the iOS 9 operating system. Considering the fact that the new OS update had some bugs, an update was released sometime last week which marked iOS 9.0.1.
Just a week after iOS 9.0.1 was rolled over, Apple yesterday, released iOS 9.0.2.
According to the update description, it’s update is aimed at fixing an issue with the settings to turn on/off app cellular data usage, issue with iMessage activation for some users, issues with screen, podcasts as well as iCloud backup.
Something Apple didn’t mention in the update description is the security. Sometime last week, it was reported that the iOS 9 had a major flaw which is its security. It was said that a stranger can access the iPhone while its locked by simply incorrectly typing the password 4 times. The 5th time, the stranger could summon Siri and ask what time it was. The stranger can then navigate from the clock to the rest of the phone.
The new update which is the iOS 9.0.2 has been said to fix that as well. If you still haven’t received the update, just relax. It will get to your phone because the update was pushed out in waves. Remember to have your Apple device battery up to 80% before installing the update.