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Apple releases iOS 9.2 with Apple Music improvements and more

iOS 9.2 also brings 3D Touch support to iBooks. 


Apple has released the latest version of its iOS operating system to the iPhone and iPad. iOS 9.2 brings a slew of minor improvements and a couple of new features to some apps. Apple Music has gained some functionality, like the option to create a new playlist when a song is added to an existing playlist, downloading albums and playlists from the iCloud Music Library, and a download indicator for the songs that a user has downloaded on the device.

iOS 9.2 also brings support for 3D Touch in iBooks to allow users to “peek and pop” pages from the table of contents of a book and more. The update fixes the issue that was disabling alarms for some users after updating iOS, and numerous issues in features like Find my iPhone, camera and others. Last but not the least, the update adds Arabic support to Siri, Mail Drop for big mail attachments, and a Top Stories section in the Apple News app in the US, UK and Australia.

iOS 9.2 is available for every iPhone and iPad that runs iOS 9 and can be accessed from the Software update menu in General device settings and from Apple iTunes.

Via: The Verge

Abhijeet Mishra
Abhijeet holds an avid interest in technology, and when he's not tinkering with this smartphone or covering the latest development in the mobile world (or singing along to classics from Dean Martin or Frank Sinatra), he can be found reading a novel or two.

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