iOS 9.1, the official OS version which has the bugs fixed, has been released by Apple last week. Soon after that, Apple is now stopping signing iOS 9.0.2, which means that there’s no way to downgrade your iPhone/iPad from iOS 9.1 anymore.
Meanwhile, Pangu, the iOS jailbreak team, has released the way to jailbreak your iDevice running iOS 9.0 to iOS 9.0.2. This means, if you want to jailbreak your iPhone/iPad after upgrading to iOS 9.1, you have to wait till Pangu release a newer way supporting iOS 9.1.
In the update release of iOS 9.1, Apple has done developer test for iOS 9.1 five times within 40 days. It’s the first time for Apple which means that Apple focuses a lot on OS upgrading and there’s no denying the fact that the previous iOS version has quite some bugs. Moreover, with the release of iOS 9.1, Apple also added 150 brand-new emoji in the latest version.
According to the official announcement, iOS 9.1 will be pre-installed in iPad Pro. To cope with the continuing complaint about the buggy operating system, Apple will release iOS 9.2 before iPad Pro comes out.
Besides, Apple is also preparing for Apple TV 4, which is said to be adopted a new set up function: As long as you put your iPhone that runs iOS 9.1 next to the TV set, all your personal info including the Apple ID, password, iTunes, iCloud and more will be transferred to Apple TV 4.