TechCrunch is reporting that Apple is currently experiencing a “brutal” roll-out of iOS 9 on the iPhone 6S and iPhone 6s Plus, and that the company is “busting out” of the iOS 9 beta stage right now.
The article says that “several Apple users have reported experiencing crashes, crashes that are hard to find, and crashes that have been logged but not reported,” but that these are mostly from users in Europe, Canada, Australia, and the United States.
According to the article, Apple has already taken steps to address the issue.
However, it is unknown if any of these fixes have actually been made available to the public yet.
It is also unclear if Apple will continue to roll out the iOS9 update to devices that are still not in the beta phase.
In the past, Apple updates iOS 9 regularly, and sometimes fixes bugs with the operating system.
However, it has been known that Apple does not have any plans to roll the update out to the entire iPhone family.
The company has previously said that the iPhone X is not compatible with iOS 9, and Apple is considering to switch from a version of iOS 8.1 to iOS 9 in the future.