A guide to installing iOS 9.0.3 on the iPlayer.
Apple’s latest OS X operating system has become a hot topic this year, with Apple releasing an update to its iOS 9 operating system that was widely criticized for its handling of encryption, and its lack of support for Apple Pay.
In an attempt to address the latter, Apple has announced an update that allows users to use their Apple Pay balance on the iTunes Store for up to three days before deleting it.
Users will have to download the update via a free trial and then re-download the software to continue their usage.
Apple will not be issuing refunds or other form of compensation for the affected users.
Apple said the update should be applied to all iPlayer owners by Wednesday, and users can install it from within the App Store.
Users can also uninstall the software from within their favourite apps.
Users are also encouraged to uninstall the operating system from their device’s Settings app and to check their Apple ID to ensure they are not being logged in as an unauthorized user.
Apple says the update is “designed to address a number of issues” and is currently available for “iPad and iPhone”.