Apple has released the first public build of iOS for 2016 in the form of 9.2.1, and it was made available to all iPhone, iPad and iTouch users.
Before you get your hopes high, Apple in no way intends for this to be a blockbuster release. That title firmly will be bestowed upon iOS 9.3 when it finally hits devices across the globe. 9.3 a couple of days back was released to developers, and beta testers for feedback, and for those who missed the news of it, the particular releases promises to bring with itself a whole host of changes, and fancy tricks to makes users fall in love with their iOS devices all over again.
Coming back to the build that has been made available to [...]