iOS 9.0.2 download IPSW links:

The wait is over! Apple has flipped the switch. You can now download iOS 9 final IPSW links for all compatible iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch devices. The release represents the first public availability of this latest and greatest version of iOS, and brings with it a number of notable feature inclusions, performance and stability improvements that should hopefully provide a better, more fluid iOS experience to all users installing it onto their devices.
The release of iOS 9 represents the first chance for the majority of the public to actually get a hands-on experience with what Apple’s iOS engineering teams have been working on over the last few months. Of course, as we already know, Apple isn’t resting on its laurels when it comes to iOS 9. A pre-release initial beta of iOS 9.1 is already out in the public domain since last week for those registered with the company’s developer and public testing programs.

iOS 9 is compatible with all devices that can run iOS 8, which includes: iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 6, iPhone 5s, 5c, 5, 4s, iPad mini 3, 2, 1, iPad Air 2, 1, iPad 4, 3, 2 and iPod touch 6 and 5. The newly announced iPhone 6s Plus, iPhone 6s, iPad Pro and iPad mini 4 are also obviously supported.

iOS 9 brings with it a number of new features, especially for iPads which includes advanced multitasking features such as Split View, Slide Over and PiP (Picture-in-Picture). Besides this, Siri advancements such as Proactive Siri Assistant, revamped Notes app, a brand new Apple News app, a new Low Power Mode for saving battery, among others are also part of this major update.

For jailbreak users: It is important to note here that currently there is no public jailbreak available for iOS 9 yet. While a iOS 9 jailbreak has already been demonstrated by iH8sn0w, there’s no confirmation on when or if he ever plans to release it. Therefore if you are on iOS 8.4 and below, jailbroken, and care about your jailbreak, do not update to iOS 9 yet. As always, we’ll bring you the relevant jailbreak related news as soon as it becomes available.
But if you don’t care about jailbreaking and want to give Apple’s latest and greatest firmware version a go, then you can go ahead and download iOS 9 for your device right now from here.

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Apple releases final iOS 8.2 download links for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. If you’ve been following the coverage hitherto, you’ll already be aware of its features, the most notable being the support for the forthcoming Apple Watch, and below, we’ll cover the finer details as well as how and where you can get your hands on this latest piece of software.
The Apple Watch app will be a necessary go-between for owners of the wearable, bridging the gap between iPhone and the device itself. iOS 8.2 includes this, and so when Apple Watch is made available to retail, users should be well prepared to dive straight in.
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As ever, you get your usual dose of bug fixes and performance enhancements, and as per the changelog, there are plenty of them. The Health app, which was among the earlier features of iOS 8, gets its fair share of improvements, including the ability for users to select desired units of measurement for body temperature, weight, height, distance, and blood glucose. iOS Health should also be more stable as a result of updating to this latest piece of software, and notably, enjoys better integration with third-party, fitness-centric apps.
Stability really is the atop Apple’s list of priorities here, with apps like Mail and Music all enjoying a more fluid experience on iOS 8.2, while features like VoiceOver and Flyover in Maps should also feel a lot more comfortable.
iOS 8.2 also features brand new Apple Watch and Activity apps for the Apple Watch.
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The list of bug fixes and tweaks goes on, and here’s a quick run-down of everything Apple has added to this release:
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If you want to download and install iOS 8.2 on your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, you can do so using the Software Update feature on your device (Settings > General), or alternatively, you can take the old-fashioned route and update via iTunes.
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Since it has just landed, we haven’t had an opportunity to test iOS 8.2 for ourselves yet, but should any noteworthy features or bugs arise, we’ll have everything covered in a follow-up right here.
iOS 8.2 Download Links:
If you are a jailbreak user, it is important to note that currently there is no jailbreak available yet for both iOS 8.1.3 and iOS 8.2. Pangu, TaiG and PP Jailbreaks only work on iOS 8.1.2 for now. If you are on iOS 8.1.2 and care about jailbreaking, do not update to iOS 8.2.
Non jailbreakers can go ahead and update now using the methods mentioned above.

There has rarely been so many different versions of iOS in use at once as there are today. Most current iPhones and iPads are running iOS 8.1.3 download, but with a fifth beta of iOS 8.2 in the wild and iOS 8.3 beta 2 arriving just a couple of days ago, lots of people are wondering which build offers the best battery life.
It’s true that both of the beta releases we just mentioned probably shouldn’t be given too much attention as far as battery life is concerned, mainly because you never know what will change before the final shipping version. Apple tends to have logging turned up on beta releases too, and that needs processing power. Still, it’s sometimes worth looking at what betas are capable of if only to provide a rough gauge.

That’s exactly what YouTuber Klaus Jacobsen did. Using an iPhone 5 that still had iOS 8.0.2 on, he used the new battery testing feature in Geekbench in order to see how long the battery took to drain from 100% to 0%. He then updated the handset to iOS 8.1.3 and repeated the test before moving on to iOS 8.2 beta 5 and iOS 8.3 beta 2. The same Geekbench test was run each time and no apps were installed before any of the testing was performed.
The results weren’t exactly surprising.
As it turned out, it took 2 hours 56 minutes for both iOS 8.0.2 and iOS 8.2 beta 5 to drain an entire battery, with iOS 8.1.3 lasting the longest at 3 hours. The second beta release of iOS 8.3 lasted 2 hours 54 minutes.
Check out the video below and see for yourself how different versions of iOS 8 compare to one another:


What all that boils down to is our conclusion that there isn’t a great deal of difference between any of the versions of iOS that were tested, at least on an iPhone 5. A couple of minutes here and there is well within the margin of error we would expect of such a test, and just goes to show that as far as battery life is concerned, the biggest changes come from the apps that are installed. Some apps just eat battery, and there isn’t much iOS can do about that.
That probably won’t stop iOS getting blamed, though.

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