Apple releases iOS 9.0.2 with fixes for cellular data, iMessage activation, Podcasts app stability,

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  • Reply 21 of 30
    boltsfan17 wrote: »
    I'm not seeing that issue with my watch. I have the latest iOS update and watchOS 2. Have you tried selecting different albums or increasing the photo limit in the watch settings?

    Thanks for that feedback.

    The conversation on the Apple Support Community is below.

    Highlights:
    1. Several people mentioned the problem started after upgrading the iPhone to iOS 9.
    2. Everyone mentions a problem when selecting the "All Photos" album. It seems to work more (but not always) with a smaller, specific album.
    3. A workaround for many was to force a hard reset of both devices (phone & Watch) simultaneously.
    4. A few people felt the problem was associated only with 42mm Watches (but that seems unlikely to me).

    I'm glad yours works!


    https://discussions.apple.com/message/28948276#28948276
  • Reply 22 of 30
    razorpit wrote: »
    I'd love for Podcasts to give me more than a 10 pixel high bar at the bottom of the screen, sandwiched in just above the menu bar, to make the player go full screen.  It's crazy I have to have surgeon like accuracy on a 6S Plus to make the player controls appear.  Same for the Music app.  Who the hell thought that's a good interface decision?

    Yea, I absolutely HATE this! I have a 6 Plus also and the first time I listened to a podcast after upgrading to 9, it took me 5 minutes to even find the pause button! I was furious!
  • Reply 23 of 30
    It's still here. It doesn't make any noise if you're phone is silenced. It's a good option as you may want it to be quite when you activate it.

    Also I noticed with the 6s Plus the always on "hey Siri" feature doesn't work if the light sensor cannot detect some ambient light.

    I walk with my headset on and phone in pocket and can never get hey Siri to work.

    It's NOT still there. Mine doesn't beep either when I activate Siri and my phone is never in silent mode except for in meetings and movie theaters. I don't like that they took it away. Very unsafe if you use Siri while driving because now you don't have that audible cue when it is activated. You actually have to look away from the road and at the screen to make sure she's listening.
  • Reply 24 of 30
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by Slprescott View Post





    Thanks for that feedback.



    The conversation on the Apple Support Community is below.



    Highlights:

    1. Several people mentioned the problem started after upgrading the iPhone to iOS 9.

    2. Everyone mentions a problem when selecting the "All Photos" album. It seems to work more (but not always) with a smaller, specific album.

    3. A workaround for many was to force a hard reset of both devices (phone & Watch) simultaneously.

    4. A few people felt the problem was associated only with 42mm Watches (but that seems unlikely to me).



    I'm glad yours works!





    https://discussions.apple.com/message/28948276#28948276



    Maybe that's why I'm not seeing the issue. I'm using an iPhone wallpapers album I have on my phone. I have never tried the All Photos album. That album on my phone has over 4,000 pictures. It sounds like the issue could be with people using the All Photos album who have a large amount of photos. There must be some hiccup when people select albums that have over 500 photos. 

  • Reply 25 of 30
    idreyidrey Posts: 647member
    Beatiful! My iPhone 6 feels much snappier. Way better.
  • Reply 26 of 30
    I, along with a lot of other iOS users, have been suffering with the mail pop/smtp issue in iOS 9. Have any other posters experienced this and does anyone know if 9.02 fixes it. I've downloaded but it typically takes 12-24 hours for the email content to disappear (This message cannot be downloaded from the server.) Even better are there any beta testers out there using 9.1 who can see if pop/smtp is working in mail on 9.1.
  • Reply 27 of 30
    bat cat wrote: »
    I, along with a lot of other iOS users, have been suffering with the mail pop/smtp issue in iOS 9. Have any other posters experienced this and does anyone know if 9.02 fixes it. I've downloaded but it typically takes 12-24 hours for the email content to disappear (This message cannot be downloaded from the server.) Even better are there any beta testers out there using 9.1 who can see if pop/smtp is working in mail on 9.1.

    Yep, I've been having email problems, too. Fix this now, please!
  • Reply 28 of 30
    I shouldn't think Apple monitor these threads systematically. On the online forum there appears to be some success in highlighting the issue by using both apple support and also the official Apple feedback page. Apple engineers have been in contact with a number of the posters to get additional information and diagnostic information. I would recommend that you fill in an Apple feedback to add your voice and provide Apple win an indication of the scale of the impact. The patch will only happen quickly if enough paying customers are inconvenienced to make it value for money to do the work.
  • Reply 29 of 30
    Well, that iMessage activation fix is bunk. I never had a problem with iMessage before, but now I do after updating to 9.0.2! WTF? Rage.
  • Reply 30 of 30
    it does not work.Even after the update to 9.0.2 my cellular data does not work.It shows no service or searching. Any tips?I have tried everything from restarting to changing the SIM card to changing the service provider.
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