Being an iDevice owner means you never have to worry about NOT having the latest greatest operating system on your device. As long Apple decides to keep supporting your specific hardware model, you know you’re going to get an upgrade when the next version comes out, and that’s actually pretty cool. It’s also one of the best things about owning an Apple device – it’s (more than likely) going to upgrade to the next version of iOS when it comes out. You can’t say that about most Android devices (where it’s up to not only the hardware manufacturer but also the mobile carrier) where this is a larger problem.
However, it’s not always sunshine and daisies when you upgrade or when you get the next version. Sometimes you bump into problems. Here are some of the most common iOS 9 problems and the easiest way to solve them. Let’s jump in and take a look.