Taking after a few beta forms that have been discharged to engineers and avid purchasers in the course of recent weeks, the last form of iOS 9.2 is currently out. It’s en route to bolstered iPhones, iPads, and iPod touch units as an upgrade that is around 300MB in size (however this may differ contingent upon gadget).
iOS 9.2 accompanies a considerable rundown of bug fixes and improvements, so it’s presumably one to introduce when you can. Apple Music, News, Mail, and iBooks have all gotten new usefulness. What’s more, Siri now has support for Arabic in Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.
Apple music now gives you a chance to make another playlist when you need to add a melody to a playlist, it records your most as of late changed playlist at the top while including tunes, and it demonstrates to you works, arrangers, and entertainers when perusing traditional music in the inventory. You can download collections or playlists from your iCloud music library, and see which tunes have been downloaded through another pointer.
News gets a Top Stories area in the US, UK, and Australia, which gives you the most essential occasions of the day. You can utilize Mail Drop in Mail to send expansive connections. iBooks now underpins 3D Touch for looking at and appearing pages from the list of chapters, your notes and bookmarks, or from list items inside a book. Moreover, you can listen to a book recording while you’re scanning your library, perusing different books, or simply investigating the iBooks Store.