Apple Finally released iOS Update 9.2 version

December 10, 2015

In Apple-related news, the company has just released iOS 9.2. Though the update is a small one, it adds an impressive number of bells and whistles to the current workings of iOS. One of the many updates include Arabic language support for Siri. Other updates include fixes to various bugs, as well as improvement of several built-in apps. Though built-in apps are not as glamorous as apps downloaded off the App Store (like games and content transfer apps), they are extremely functional. You’d be disappointed to know, the nifty service of NumberSync is not a part of the update, despite being a part of the first four betas that were released. NumberSync is an AT&T service that allows users to port their number to multiple devices so that they can make calls and send messages in the absence of their primary device.

So what does one get as part of iOS 9.2? Apparently there are a whole lot of bug fixes, and some small additions for Apple Music, News and iBooks. Users of iBooks would be happy to know that it has been padded with 3D Touch functionality. The update has also made it possible to access third-party extensions; hence using the browser in third-party apps is not more intuitive. One of the more hidden (albeit problematic) issues, like the alarm turning off during the overnight update (that’s what happened during the last update), has been dealt with. In more random development, the update includes iPhone support for a USB camera adapter. So now you can transfer content like those DSLR files to your mobile device, without having to sync up the equipment with a computer.

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