Apple has released the iOS 9.2.1 update and now anyone who owns an iPad or iPhone that’s able to run this new version can install it on their mobile devices, some tests were taken on an iPhone 6 that was running on iOS 9.2.1 and in this article we’ll tell you about five things that you should know about before installing this iOS version on your device.

iOS 9.2.1 Issues

According to some iPhone 6 owners, they’ve noticed some battery drain issues while using Bluetooth, Wi-Fi or various applications, we’re not sure when Apple will solve these issues, so keep in mind that you might encounter these problems if you update your device to iOS 9.2.1.

Able To Downgrade To iOS 9.2

If, after you update your device to iOS 9.2.1, you notice that you have some performance issues, you can always downgrade the device back to iOS 9.2, but keep in mind that this will work for a limited time only. Apple is currently signing iOS 9.2, as soon as they decide to close the signing window, you will not be able to downgrade your mobile device back to the 9.2 update.

iOS 9.2.1 Jailbreak

If you are an iOS jailbreak fan, then you should know that the iOS 9.2.1 can’t be jailbroken yet, moreover, it’s not sure if and when the hacker groups (such as TaiG or Pangu) will be able to jailbreak this iOS version.

iOS 9.3 Has Been Confirmed

It seems that the iOS 9.2.1 will be the last 9.2 update for the iDevices, but that doesn’t mean that it will be the last iOS 9 update, Apple has already confirmed that they will release a 9.3 update that will come with more security improvements and bug fixes.

iOS 9.3 Release Date

The iOS 9.3 update will most likely be released sometime in March 2016. Unfortunately, this was not confirmed yet by Apple, but it should not be later than April 2016. So, instead of upgrading to iOS 9.2.1, you can always wait a few more months and update your device directly to the 9.3 version, which will surely be a bigger update that will fix most of the issues found on the 9.2.1.