The battle between iOS and Android is never-ending. The scales are always tilted at one side or the other. Although with the latest iPhone 6 out in the market, the gods have been smiling down on Apple. However, many Apple users have pointed out some issues that they have been facing with iOS9. We round up on some of these commonly discussed and publicized issues with iOS9 as well as the possible fixes for each:
iOS 9.3 gets really slow at times:
That’s probably because your iOS device has too many apps open all at the same time. A hard reset should be able to fix the problem. This issue is a common reason for annoyance for iPad and iPhone5 users. A better way for tackling this one is to downgrade to iOS9.2 instead.
Night-shift mode issue:
Another issue faced on iOS 9.3 is pertaining to the Night shift mode where some users have complained about not being able to find the Sunset to Sunrise option on their iPhones. You probably need to enable the setting by going to: Settings > Privacy> Location Services that will help you use the Sunset to Sunrise options.
Unable to shut down apps:
Sometimes it’s possible that you are unable to shut down apps on iOS9.3 because you can’t see the ‘X’ on the stacked multiscreen. Try closing an app by swiping it with an upward motion. That should do the trick!
Unresponsive Slide to Upgrade screen:
Another famous iOS9 bug is related to the Slide to upgrade screen that halts the devices; making them completely unresponsive after the upgrade. A solution to resolve this problem starts off by connecting your device to a computer and opening up iTunes. Once your device is connected, hold the Sleep/Wake and Home buttons together until you see the Connect to iTunes on your device. When asked, choose the Update option. After your device is restored, follow the onscreen steps to set up your device.
Wi-Fi Disconnecting Constantly:
There have also been reported issues about Wi-Fi disconnecting, simply refusing to connect or just being generally sluggish. In case your iOS 9 device has this problem, you can resolve it with a simple restart. You can also hold down the Sleep/Wake and Home buttons together for about 10 seconds. You will see the Apple logo as the device reboots. For what it’s worth, try restarting your router if you can. That should help you resolve the issue.
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