With the release of different iOS, users can grab the new software over the air or download it from iTunes. Apple iOS 9/9.1/9.2 update for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch brings new features but it also brings some problems along with it. People approach iPhone Service Center without understanding the exact problem in their mobile.
With those complaints kept in mind, some tips are given how to fix the common iOS 9 problems found in iOS 9.0, iOS 9.1 and iOS 9.2 and learn doing free iphone servicing.
Installing iOS 9 is a bigger problem faced by most of the people. The common types of issue found in Apple iOS is issues that are preventing users from swiping to update after installing the iOS 9 update in iPhone and iPad.
Solution: If your iOS 9.2 download or installation locks up, hold down the power button and the home button for 10 seconds.
If your device screen stops responding after upgrading to the iOS 9 update, there’s no need to panic. The problem prevented from accessing any apps and it also prevented us from turning the phone off. Fortunately, we were able to fix it very quickly with a simple solution.
Solution: If your screen stops responding to touches and swipes, you’ll want to hold down the power button and home button at the same time. Wait for the phone to reboot and then try to use your screen like you normally do.
If it doesn’t work the first time, try it again until it works. It took three resets for our screen to start working again.
Many iOS 9.1 users are complaining about issues with Touch ID.
Solution: If Touch ID suddenly stops working, try re-training your fingerprints. Before doing this you’ll want to make sure you that dirt and sweat are removed from the Touch ID sensor and that oil is removed from your hands.
Next go to Settings > Touch ID & Passcode > Enter your Passcode. On the next screen swipe from right to left on each fingerprint to delete them. When this is complete you can tap on Add a Fingerprint to re-train Touch ID.
Quite common problem found is iMessaging problem after the iOS 9.2 update.
Solution: Go into your Settings > Messages > Toggle iMessage off then back on. This fix has worked for us in the past and it’s the first thing you’ll want to try out.
If that quick fix doesn’t work, reboot your device.
Two common ways to upgrade to iOS 9: upgrade with iTunes or OTA (Over the Air). OTA is the easiest and fastest way to update, that’s why many people perform the update in Settings > General > Software Update.
These above solutions are just some of possible fixes for your Apple iPhone, iPad and iPod problems. If it is not working, you’d better to visit your nearest Apple iPhone Service Center to get the professional help from iPhone Specialist.