We all know the latest iOS update of Apple is iOS 9.3.3, which it released as an enhancement for all the problems that iOS 9.3.1 brought in just a few weeks of release. There were so many glaring problems even after iOS 9.3.2 update was rolled out to replace iOS 9.3.1.
What you might be wondering is, iOS 9.3.3 is the complete solution. Especially iPhone 6s users should pay attention because this update brings problems as well since the iOS 9.3.3 was the result of beta trial.
Here’s what you should know before you upgrade to iOS 9.3.3 on your iPhone 6s with a tip on jailbreak as well and necessary insights.
- Know the update well: If you are an iOS 9.3.2 user it is just a matter of 5 minutes to download the iOS 9.3.3 update around 55 MB. Fairly so far, there have been no installation issues as such. You get a good non-complainable battery life with no abnormal draining. Other features like LTE, WiFi and Bluetooth works fine with a fast and fluid UI. All this makes seem the iOS 9.3.3 update more stable. But it is too early to tell.
- Why you should not install right now: We already walked you through the reasons why you should and should not install iOS 9.3.3 on your Apple device. There could be some potential problems that you may not be able to handle single-handedly. To help you get on one side of the fence, read through once again, the list for deeper advice. 4 reasons Not to Install and 5 Reasons to Install iOS 9.3.3.
- Prep yourself for the update: We also have a list of what you should bear in mind if at all you are thinking you are all set for experiencing a new update on your device. Because, the update is going to impact your device’s performance in a good or bad way. One of the very important preparation steps is to back up all your data and files in the device before you update. Better be cautioned than to be sorry later, right?
- Likes for the circular folder: There was a bug discovered when iOS 9 rolled out. Users who have changed the rectangle shaped folders to a circular shaped which exists even in the iOS 9.3.3 update. If you still would like to circular folder, choose a wallpaper of 3 x 3 pixel background and select it from “My Photo Stream” and apply it as wallpaper. This only works for user created folders and not in the Apple stock apps folder.
- Problems and fixes: There is no problem without a solution. iPhone 6s users have been going on and on about the battery issues, Bluetooth problems, WiFi problems etc.,. This is why we recommend users to go through the possible problems and bug fixes list to get a heads up before preparing for the update. This is also kind of a prep work we suggest you to do before running the update on your device.
- Downgrade is possible: Don’t fret, you will be stuck with iOS 9.3.3 if you upgrade it and you might end up not liking the update. There is always a way to downgrade. Apple has signed off on iOS 9.3.2 enabling the users to slide back down to the previous version if the current version disappoints you.
- Fewer surprises: iOS 9.3.3 weighs very light on the surprises that will bring to your device. There are 26 security patches, focusing mostly on the under-the-hood performances.
- Jailbreak for iOS 9.3.3 available: There is a public version of iOS 9.3.3 jailbreak available which you can pair with a new latest iOS 9.3.3 update. But there are a few warnings you should also know before you start. It is now available only for Windows OS; we don’t have any certain date for Mac OS release. We also heard this jailbreak is buggy.
- iOS 10 is next: iOS 9.3.3 will remain the largest update in iOS 9 series. In the fall, you can expect iOS 10 for iPhone 6S. So if you don’t want to deal with iOS 9 series anymore, take a look at iOS 10 beta and its merits. It certainly has some reasons not to install too. Do give it a read.