Thursday, November 5, 2015

iOS 9.1 - big problems with Touch ID

iOS 9.1 generates problems for the iPhone or iPad Touch ID and a large number of users report them two weeks on Apple's discussion forums and more.

During this period Touch ID problems in iOS 9.1 were limited to the inability to recognize the fingerprint, fingerprint recognition after many attempts to read, unable to register a mark in the setup and much, much more.

The problem with Touch ID in iOS 9.1 is even greater because some people failed to restore the functionality of the terminals to normal even after performing a restore, but here the use or non-use of a backup is key because most use backups old import problems.

iOS 9.1 - big problems Touch ID

Even so, Apple has solved many problems in iOS 9.1, less problems Touch ID and how they affect a large number of people, the American company not having to explain something about them.

The complaints are similar: users running iOS 9.1 find Touch ID either refuses to recognise a user’s fingerprint, has become highly unreliable or doesn’t even register a fingerprint pressed against it. Users have tried hard resets (holding in the power and home button for 10 seconds) and complete factory resets without any success.

Although using iOS 9.1 on two terminals, I have not met indicated any problems with the Touch ID yet and perhaps this is somewhat understandable, given that the problem appears to be random which is not necessarily related to a certain model iDevice .

Since iOS 9.0.2 can not be installed at the moment, the only way to try to fix the problem is to install iOS 9.2 or iOS 9.2 beta 2 public beta 2, but if you use a backup after installation, chances are the problem is not solved.

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