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Download And Install iOS 9.2.1 Update For iPhone, iPad – Direct Links

You can now download iOS 9.2.1 final update for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch right away. Complete details on the update, how to install and more can be found right here.

iOS 9.2.1 Is A Small Update That Aims To Fix Bugs, Nothing More, Nothing Less

The first beta of iOS 9.2.1 was released a month back, and now Apple has seen it fit to release the final build to the public on this very date. If you sweep through the changelog, you’ll come to realize that iOS 9.2.1 is no more than a maintenance release, which means that everyone should download it straight away without giving it a second thought.

The complete changelog of the update as per the OTA release is as follows:

As you can see, iOS 9.2.1 also comes packed with security updates, and in a time and age where accounts are compromised on a daily basis, we recommend that you hit that download button straight away.

Speaking of download, the iOS 9.2.1 update can be downloaded straight onto your device without much hassle. Simply connect your device to a power outlet as well as WiFi then follow the steps written below:

If you want to take the good old fashioned route of installing iOS 9.2.1 from scratch using iTunes, then you can do that as well, and for your convenience, we’ve linked to the IPSW files down below.

iOS 9.2.1 update IPSW download links for iPhone:

iOS 9.2.1 update IPSW download links for iPad:

iOS 9.2.1 update IPSW download links for iPod touch:

If your’e hoping for a jailbreak, then we highly recommend that you hold yourself back from updating to iOS 9.2.1. There’s a possibility that we would see an iOS 9.2 jailbreak soon, or maybe iOS 9.2.1. Either way, until we give you the green light, stay clear from today’s update!

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