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A firmware is an IPSW file that contains everything needed to run the core operating system, i OS.
Beta firmwares have also been released, but require an Apple Developer account to acquire. Apple TV firmwares have two different version and build numbers, which can lead to confusion when referencing them.
For most users, you’ll want to use i OS 9.0.1 IPSW simply because it’s easier.
If you have decided you’d like to update an i Phone or i Pad to i OS 9, you can install i OS 9.0.1 manually using firmware and i Tunes.
The manual firmware method is more advanced, making it perhaps best for specific reasons, like to resolve the frustratingly unresponsive “Slide to Upgrade” screen, to fix the Software Update Failed error, due to storage space limitations on the target device, because sometimes it’s just easier due to bandwidth constraints, or because you’re updating multiple of the same devices.
In DFU mode an i Phone can still communicate with i Tunes but without i Tunes automatically installing the latest version of i OS; it's therefore useful for those running - or installing - older versions of i OS, and for jailbreaking.
DFU mode can also be useful when attempting to rescue a non-responsive device that doesn't respond to other less drastic solutions.
Following the rollout, a number of i Users began to install via Setting Software Update.