so 9.0 GM or 9.1??

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  1. atlchamp macrumors 6502a

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    you guys are all bitching about lag on 9.0 GM so should we just skip to 9.1 beta?
     
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    Don't question it just do it, trust me :)
     
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    They are the same, I tried them both, no performance improvements, actually they are both just as bad as beta 5. I tried them on a 5s, no backupps.
     
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    It's probably not any different other than the new APIs for the iPad pro (Apple Pencil and size difference and new accessories) I highly doubt there is any difference on the iphone between GM and 9.1 Beta 1.

    The timing releasing both at once screams 9.1 is for testing the iPad Pro SDK stuff solely. It will likely bring bug fixes for the iphone in later betas to be released in Nov when the iPad Pro ships with 9.1 and Apple releases 9.1 for other all other devices.

    I doubt beta 1 is much different on the iphone other than the unicode version with the new emojis as GM and 9.1 beta 1 were probably built about the same time in advance of release today.
     
  11. soulreaver99 macrumors 68020

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    because safari is snappier :rolleyes:
     
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    Yes you do
     
  14. Grayburn macrumors 68000

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    I didn't.
     
  15. hArrisburger macrumors regular

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    I do have iOS9 through the public beta, could download the ipsw for 9.1 Beta, but stuck on 99% for the iOS 9 GM.

    I know the betas typically need a developer UDID, but since I was in the Public Beta program I wasn't sure.
     
  16. batting1000 macrumors 604

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    Sorry, should've rephrased. You can update to the 9.1 .ipsw without a registered UDID, but you need to be registered to restore to it.
     
  17. hArrisburger macrumors regular

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    Thanks for your feedback. So, I can option "check for update" and use the IPSW? I guess I'll wait. if something goes wrong, I am stuck until 9.1 comes out.
     
  18. Diemenz macrumors newbie

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    I have tried both, I see zero difference IMO. I do however dislike the new quick reply immensely
     
  19. penajmz macrumors 68030

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    New quick reply?
     
  20. Diemenz macrumors newbie

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    Yes the quick reply pop-up goes full screen for me now versus a small window in iOS 8. Third party keyboards don't seem to play nice with the new quick reply so I disabled it and I'm using banners for messages instead of alerts
     
  21. penajmz macrumors 68030

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    iOS 9 has the same quick reply. So you're saying there's a new version in 9.1?
     
  22. Diemenz macrumors newbie

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    No its the same as iOS 9, i was just complaining about it in general :)
     

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