Apple releases maintenance update iOS 9.2.1 to exterminate bugs and more

Apple releases maintenance update iOS 9.2.1 to exterminate bugs and more
Apple has begun pushing out iOS 9.2.1 today to iPhone and iPad users. Merely a maintenance update, the new build includes bug fixes and security improvements. It also takes care of an issue that prevents enterprise users from installing apps using an MDM like BlackBerry's BES12. Two developer betas of the iOS 9.2.1 build were disseminated prior to its release. 

Those with an iOS powered device are more excited about the upcoming iOS 9.3 update. This will include Night Shift, a feature that makes the screen easier on the eyes once the sun goes down. In theory, by reducing users' exposure to blue light before bedtime, it could be easier for those sporting an iPhone or iPad to fall asleep.

Another useful new feature will be the ability to secure individual Notes entries using Touch ID fingerprint or password. Meanwhile, owners of multiple Apple Watch units will be able to pair them all with one iPhone unit.

source: MacRumors

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