Users complain about bugs and lags in iOS 9, all iPhone generations apparently affected

Users complain about bugs and lags in iOS 9, all iPhone generations apparently affected
Multiple iOS 9.0 users rocking various iPads and iPhones recently took to various online mediums to voice their discontent at the fact that the iOS 9 update brought along multiple bugs and generally caused their devices to succumb to constant lags.

As all iPhone and iPad owners probably know by now, Apple recently started updating its mobile devices to iOS 9.0, the latest - and, supposedly, the greatest - version of the company's mobile operating system. 

Available on iPhones starting with the iPhone 4S and newer, all iPad mini versions, and full-sized iPads starting with the iPad 2 and newer, the new iOS version comes with only a limited number of new features. While Apple promised to bring improvements to the core of the OS in an attempt to boost performance and stability, it looks like many of those who have updated their iPhones or iPads are now reporting various bugs and performance hiccups. 

Apparently, the iOS 9.0 update causes lags throughout the operating system, and, in some instances, even causes apps to randomly crash. Judging on the various posts on Reddit and Apple-centric forums, no iPhone or iPad version has been completely spared, but it would appear that those rocking the iPhone 5s and the iPhone 6 took the hardest hit. Note that not all users are reporting problems with the iOS 9.0 update, but there are just too many reports of bugs and crashes for this to be considered an isolated problem. Unfortunately, it doesn't look like resetting the devices and performing a fresh install of iOS 9.0 solves the issues.

What do you guys think? Noticed any lags and bugs since updating to iOS 9.0? If so, drop us a comment and let us know!

source: Reddit | 9to5Mac

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