The second mouse gets the cheese
Every time Apple releases a new version of iOS, it’s the same story. Weeks of bugs and problems until there have been enough complaints to force it to issue an update. Why doesn’t it just wait until version x.1 before releasing it? More to the point, why don’t we? Donald Laramy
That’s a perfectly valid strategy, although you’ll have to put up with the gentle nag of a numbered badge on your App Store icon. However, iOS 9 was in public beta for four months, so many bugs have already been fixed. You could argue iOS 9.0 was the first maintenance release. Early adopters always take a certain amount of risk, but we’re up to 9.1 already.