When will i be able to buy a new iphone 6s with ios 9.1 out of the box?

ValO

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When will i be able to buy a new iphone 6s with ios 9.1 out of the box?
Or is there anybody that alreay did recently?
 

Farsider

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I suppose it would guarantee a minimum build week date.....not that that should matter unless they made changes on the Production line.
 

Eileen89

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My new 6S Plus came with iOS 9.0.2. It took less than 5 minutes to install iOS 9.1. Why wait, when you can enjoy the new iPhone now.....
 
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ValO

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My new 6S Plus came with iOS 9.0.2. It took less than 5 minutes to install iOS 9.1. Why wait, when you can enjoy the new iPhone now.....
There are a few issues with the first batch(there always are).
It doesn' t mean that all first batches have issues, but some of them have it.
Perhaps apple smoothed a few quircks with a new batch.

Don' t tell me apple doesn' t change things after release. I have a first day iphone 6. After a few weeks the front camera shifted beyond the front glass . Got a new one from the same manufacturing date. after 6 weeks it shifted again.
Then i got a new iphone 6 again with a manufacturing date 6 weeks later than the first 2 and it was perfect, and remained perfect till now.

That' s why.
 
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SisterBlue22

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Based on your logic, EVERY launch day phone should have a camera issue, and every phone purchased more than X weeks after launch should be perfect. Clearly neither of those things are true.
 

ValO

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Based on your logic, EVERY launch day phone should have a camera issue, and every phone purchased more than X weeks after launch should be perfect. Clearly neither of those things are true.
No, but there are a lot of issues with the shifting of the front camera on the sg iPhone 6. Especially on the first batches. Just Google it.
This was fixed in later revisions.

I know you all have perfect phones. I don' t question that. But after the fault on my first day iPhone 5(battery, and was not the only one) and my first day 6(front camera, again not the only one). I decided to be more carefull.

With the 6s I read a lot of complaints about home button and random shutting off.
 

melman101

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No, but there are a lot of issues with the shifting of the front camera on the sg iPhone 6. Especially on the first batches. Just Google it.
This was fixed in later revisions.

I know you all have perfect phones. I don' t question that. But after the fault on my first day iPhone 5(battery, and was not the only one) and my first day 6(front camera, again not the only one). I decided to be more carefull.

With the 6s I read a lot of complaints about home button and random shutting off.
No issues here. Perfect phone from day 1 launch.
 

CNeufeld

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So it's not so much that you want 9.1 on your phone, it's that you want a second-wave phone (for lack of a better term)? You'd get better/more useful responses if you state what you're actually looking for.

C
 

AndrewR23

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No, but there are a lot of issues with the shifting of the front camera on the sg iPhone 6. Especially on the first batches. Just Google it.
This was fixed in later revisions.

I know you all have perfect phones. I don' t question that. But after the fault on my first day iPhone 5(battery, and was not the only one) and my first day 6(front camera, again not the only one). I decided to be more carefull.

With the 6s I read a lot of complaints about home button and random shutting off.
No it wasn't fixed. You just got lucky. My old 6 I just upgraded was built in September and camera shifted after 2 weeks.
 
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ValO

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No it wasn't fixed. You just got lucky. My old 6 I just upgraded was built in September and camera shifted after 2 weeks.
Yes, i got a September build too. And it shifted. After that I got another September and it shifted. After that I got an October and it did not shift.
 

ValO

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So it's not so much that you want 9.1 on your phone, it's that you want a second-wave phone (for lack of a better term)? You'd get better/more useful responses if you state what you're actually looking for.

C
No, those will be second-wave.(9.2)

And upgraded out of the box is the best bet to get a second wave one.

I can ask " when will the second wave 6s get to the market" .

Do you know the answer then or anybody else?