Could iOS 9.1 public beta be more stable than iOS 9 public release?

Discussion in 'iOS 9' started by di1in, Sep 16, 2015.

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Which is more stable?

  1. iOS 9.1 public beta

    14 vote(s)
    60.9%
  2. iOS 9 public release

    9 vote(s)
    39.1%
  1. di1in macrumors regular

    di1in

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    Could iOS 9.1 public beta be more stable than iOS 9 public release?
     
  2. C DM macrumors Westmere

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    For some it is. For some it's not. Seems like there are less stability issues in general compared to potential performance issues.
     
  3. lagwagon Suspended

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    I was on 9.1 on my iPhone 6. Ran quick and smooth most the time.

    I downgraded to today's 9.0 release version (which is different build than last weeks GM) because while it was very stable sometimes trying to play video from Safari would crash Safari. I never had that issue on any 9.0 beta ever.

    So far on my phone today's 9.0 release seems smoother/quicker than 9.1 beta and also haven't seen Safari crash on me yet.
     
  4. Yun0 Suspended

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    for the brief time i tried 9.1 beta 1 i couldnt tell, both are good. but im stuck on 9.0 cause rogers, which has finally launched wifi calling today being 1 year late, doesnt support it yet on 9.1 theres no carrier update on it
     
  5. lagwagon Suspended

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    *gasp* they did!? Where is the option? I got the carrier update when I downgraded to 9.0 release. 21.1 is what I have for the Rogers version.
     
  6. Yun0 Suspended

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    settings -> phone -> wi-fi calling

    must have a share everything postpaid plan, lte sim, no one number on account or itll fail to turn on. its still buggy, i cant change my 911 address if i wanted to. if u dont see the wifi calling option reset network settings & itll be there
     
  7. lagwagon Suspended

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    Oh wow. It's there! I looked earlier but in cellular and carrier not in Phone. Haha thanks. Finally. They took their sweet time adding it. I love how they came out and said it was coming with iOS 8, I guess a year of customers complaining and laughing at them was enough.

    Wifi calling includes texting over wifi too right? Or is that still in cellular?
     
  8. Yun0 Suspended

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    calls/texts/picture texts (mms) & short code texts
     
  9. lagwagon Suspended

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    Excellent. Thanks!

    Now that we finally have it. I'm a little concerned haha. I heard wifi calling doesn't allow continuity between your Macs and other iDevices. (Calling and texting from them.) Is this true or no?
     
  10. Yun0 Suspended

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    dont know, only have 1 iphone & no macs
     
  11. OTACORB macrumors 6502a

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    iPod Touch and iPad Mini both smoother with 9.1, but not remarkably so. I don't see any lag, but after I did the install I just left my device sit for awhile. No issues thus far!
     
  12. Trahearne macrumors 6502

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    iOS 9 introduced continuity for Wi-Fi calls. I am not sure it works with all carriers, but it worked with mine in iOS 9 betas.
     
  13. lolbie macrumors newbie

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    anyone else?
    I am now on Beta 9.1, but I haven't decided yet if I should downgrade
    9.1 is running smooth for me on my Iphone 5.

    and does 9.0 does have the new emojis? :)
     

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