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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by purplehunter, Sep 23, 2015.
Title says it all.
I really hope this isn't a serious question...
you shouldn't be allowed to get a new 6s OP.
Unfortunately that title says more than you think it does.
Standard Apple Rule: All new phones run on latest iOS at release time. In fact, most iOS releases are specifically made with the latest product in mind.
I'll join in......I think iOS 5.
Only joking (I think) but iOS 9 will be on the new iPhone 6S's.
It won't have the latest 9.0.1 update. If that is what you're referring to.
Yes, but Apple just released 9.01 or whatever, and the phones that are boxed/shipped will have 9.0.
I payed the full price of it thanks, not looking to start an argument... Please try to be kind to other members.
Got me there ... guess I should say all MAJOR releases.
They update them while they're being delivered.
I'm sorry, I was just poking with some fun. But yes, expect iOS 9 OP. Cheers!
Will I have to install 9.0.1 on my new 6s Plus tomorrow before I apply the backup from my 6 that has 9.0.1?
Yes but I'd recommend doing set up as new.
Oops. Just got back from it international trip. My body thinks it's tomorrow.
Should be iOS 9.0.
If it comes with 9.0.1 on it I'd be wondering what kind of Apple magic is that.
I am 99.9999999999% sure it's not with 9.0.1....the phones were made in the past couple months with iOS 9 installed couple weeks ago during the build.
Hahaha, I hear you, it's been one of those weeks, for a few seconds I thought it might be Thursday!
I thought it was Thursday for half the morning, and I haven't traveled in over a month.